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Millard v. the Masons

Have I actually learned anything at this Magic Flute colloquium, a reader asks?

Well, yes, lots. For example: Millard Fillmore got his start in politics in a party that had been set up to combat Freemasonry. I never knew that (though I bet Hugh Fitzgerald did). The anti-Freemason party later merged in with the Whigs.