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The Inevitability of Income Inequality
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Don’t Act, Don’t Tell: Anti-Gay Laws Make Targets of Us All
To Achieve Peace, the Past Must Not Be Forgotten
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By Susan Zakin (Author), Bill McKibben (Author), Chris Jordan (Photographer)
AP / Matthias Schrader
It’s taken several decades and a couple of different judicial systems, but Thursday, John Demjanjuk, an American who helped the Nazis murder about 28,000 Jews at a prison camp in Poland during the Holocaust, was finally sentenced to prison.
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