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Kennedy: Nothing is normal about the Epstein case Kennedy: Nothing is normal about the Epstein case

>>THANK YOU.>>I AM SURE BY NOW YOUR VOTE EXPERT BECAUSE WE HAVE LEARNED JEFFREY EPSTEIN BROKE MULTIPLE BONES IN HIS NECK DURING HIS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED AND PREDICTED SUICIDE. IT IS RIGHT THERE IN THE FRONT OF THE NECK. APPARENTLY IT’S A COMMON STRING ELATION, HOMICIDE FRACTURE IN THE LINE OF PEOPLE THAT WANTED TO BREAK…

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The Cult That Made Your Grandmother’s Fine Silverware The Cult That Made Your Grandmother’s Fine Silverware

For many Americans in the 20th century, holiday meals meant getting out the special Oneida Silverware. Stainless steel, ornamental and moderately expensive, it wasn’t a fancy dinner unless there was a Silverplate Oneida spoon on the table. Despite its traditional look, the history of Oneida Silverware is anything but. The company was originally founded by…

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Trotsky vs. Stalin – The Struggle for Lenin’s Succession (1924-1929) Trotsky vs. Stalin – The Struggle for Lenin’s Succession (1924-1929)

On his deathbed, Lenin attempted to ensure unified leadership within his party. After his death in 1924, Lev Trotsky, his most trusted follower, was disposed of by Stalin, who eventually forced him into exile to Central Asia, Turkey and finally Mexico, where Trotsky would be assassinated. Lenin had condemned Stalin before his death, yet Stalin…

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A Short History of Anarchism A Short History of Anarchism

The year is 1881 and the Russian Tsar Alexander the second has, this morning, signed the Loris-Melikov constitution, a document that provided the first timid steps towards a constitutional monarchy. Later that day, whilst riding in his carriage, members of the revolutionary anarchist movement “People’s Will” attacked his carriage with bombs, severely injuring Alexander, who…

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Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia | Wikipedia audio article Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia | Wikipedia audio article

The Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia, officially known as Operation Danube, was a joint invasion of Czechoslovakia by five Warsaw Pact countries – the Soviet Union, Poland, Bulgaria, East Germany and Hungary – on the night of 20–21 August 1968. Approximately 250,000 Warsaw pact troops attacked Czechoslovakia that night, with Romania and Albania refusing to…

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ch 16) A Peoples War ch 16) A Peoples War

“We, the governments of Great Britain and the United States, in the name of India, Burma, Malaya, Australia, British East Africa, British Guiana, Hong Kong, Siam, Singapore, Egypt, Palestine, Canada, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, as well as Puerto Rico, Guam, the Philippines, Hawaii, Alaska, and the Virgin Islands, hereby declare most emphatically, that…

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Egyptian revolution of 1952 | Wikipedia audio article Egyptian revolution of 1952 | Wikipedia audio article

The Egyptian coup d’état of 1952 (Arabic: ثورة 23 يوليو 1952‎), also known as the 1952 Coup d’état (Arabic: إنقلاب 23 يوليو 1952‎) or July 23 revolution, began on July 23, 1952, by the Free Officers Movement, a group of army officers led by Mohammed Naguib and Gamal Abdel Nasser. The coup was initially aimed…

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Western and Soviet Literature after the Great War Western and Soviet Literature after the Great War

The communist revolution in Russia, the Great War, the Stock market crash in 1929, the Spanish civil war and the imminent threat of a new war during the 1930s. These events certainly influenced literature published during these years. New literary movements erupted, and writers sought a beacon of hope for the future of mankind. Several…

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China’s Reformers and Revolutionaries | Sun Yat-sen and Kang Youwei China’s Reformers and Revolutionaries | Sun Yat-sen and Kang Youwei

The last decades of the Qing empire saw the concurrent rise of a strong reform movement and the first truly modern Chinese revolutionary party – the Guomindang of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. This week we’ll look into the background of the important reformers and revolutionary movements within China, that eventually toppled the Qing dynasty. To be…

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AMC – Everything You Need to Know | Up to Speed AMC – Everything You Need to Know | Up to Speed

(engine revving) – It’s the indecisive underdog that couldn’t figure out what kind of car company it wanted to be. While the big three was running Detroit, this little indie outfit quietly made (beep) cars in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Any Kingfish fans in the building? Yeah dude, I love heading out to Simmons Field, grabbing a…

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