Elder Statesman 

Lewis Donelson, honored again Monday night, ain't going nowhere.

"I long for the days when the middle was the respected place, when [politics] was not as far toward the fringes," said Michael Adams, the current president of the University of Georgia and the man who, once upon a time, was a…

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