Sea Island, Ga., will host this June's G-8 summit, an annual gathering of the leaders of the world's richest nations. And while Lisa Ray, a spokeswoman for the Georgia Office of Homeland Security, likes to think that the White House chose Sea Island “because of our gracious hospitality,” she acknowledges geography had a role. “Most certainly its secluded location played a part in the decision.” Sea Island has hosted presidential visits dating back to Calvin Coolidge, says Kyle Jones, a ...

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