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  • Commons Man
  • Commons Man

    King Cole helped Spokane with a grin and a hope for collective success.
      Don´t underestimate the power of the grin. King Cole’s trademark smile — one of the Expo era’s most memorable features, as local columnist Dorothy Powers called it — probably had more to do with getting a World’s Fair for Spokane than anything else.
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  • From Spokane to Shanghai
  • From Spokane to Shanghai

    From the site of Expo ’74 to the 2010 version in China.
      The first thing you notice on the train from the airport into Shanghai is that you are moving at more than 250 miles per hour. You are literally “flying low” on the ultra-modern maglev system that floats the train slightly above the tracks. It’s an amazing experience, and provides a remarkable introduction to a remarkable city and its world’s fair.
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  • Expo '74 and Earth Day
  • Expo '74 and Earth Day

    Some celebrations pay lip service, but Expo ’74 embodied green goals
      On April 22, 1970, when Americans celebrated the first Earth Day, they had no idea of the central role Spokane would soon play in the movement. But Spokane was already laying the foundations for the f
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