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Perhaps the most famous among the 13 original states (that's commonwealth to you Brahmins), Massachusetts is also one of the smallest in the U.S. Yet it is still the seat of some of the richest (and oldest) history in the nation. This is the home of Plymouth Colony, first settled in 1620; its harbor in Boston is the site of the infamous Tea Party; and today, it remains a hotbed of competing progressive and puritan political interests that never fails to stir the emotions of even the most hardened party hack.

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The state's 375-plus years of expansion and growth have left an indelible mark in the nation's psyche. The country's first college, Harvard, was founded here in 1636; and our youngest, and perhaps our most famous, president was born and raised along the shores of Nantucket Sound. Henry David Thoreau penned his immortal musings near rural Walden Pond, and today, some six million people populate the state's 351 cities and towns. We've paved the way with virtual highlights from some of the largest

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