Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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While most Americans are familiar with the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during the Second World War, few are familiar with the reaction of various state and local governments against use of the German language in World War One. Ironically, while...
We try not to get too “preachy” in the pages of Leben, preferring to concentrate on telling the stories of our shared history.  After all, there are plenty of theological journals, blogs and podcasts churning out a daily diet...
In the early years of the 20th Century, the "science" of eugenics spread across America, from pulpits to statehouses, with religious zeal. The underlying premise of the eugenics movement was that the undesirable traits of parents would invariably be...

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