Tag Archives: immigrants

Pizza Comes to America

Once an Italian “peasant food,” now served in 75,000 U.S. shops. Continue reading

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Operation Sojourner: Spies in the Pews

How the INS infiltrated the Santuary Movement Continue reading

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It All Started at a Little Church in Tucson

The Sanctuary Movement of the 1980’s Continue reading

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Ethnocentrism and the Roaring Twenties

The creation of immigration quotas. Continue reading

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Welcoming With One Open Arm

Americans’ mixed reaction to refugees and immigrants Continue reading

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How Does Bill Barr Stack Up Against the Worst Attorneys General in U.S. History?

The politics and corruption of America’s top law enforcement officers. Continue reading

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Thanks to Prohibition, We Now Have…

Prohibition’s influence on American lifestyle, culture and politics. Continue reading

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Prohibition as Class Warfare

The main target of Prohibition advocates was the working class saloon. Continue reading

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Prohibition: A Nation of Immigrants, a Nation of Xenophobes

The anti-German sentiment that accompanied WWI provided the impetus to enact Prohibition. Continue reading

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Trump’s Little Whorehouse on the Prairie

Grandpa Trump: Immigrant, Entrepreneur, Brothel-Keeper Continue reading

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