When 25-year-old John Marro of Marlboro decided to pursue a Master’s in Education in order to become a high school English teacher, he never imagined that he would end up defending one of the most sacred, if not the most sacred libraries in the nation – the Library of Congress, inside the Thomas Jefferson Building – from domestic terrorists . . .
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