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Last Meals, Part Three

Cool Whip and Cherries

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Last Meals, Part Two

Close examination of the blood evidence offers compelling reasonable doubt.

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Last Meals, Part One

The Last Meal is a macabre tradition in the history of American punishment. What someone selects for their last taste…

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When Racism Isn’t Racism: McCleskey V. Kemp

The debate over Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter should consider how the justice system appreciates the role of race in the death penalty.

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The 1920’s Mood

The rejection of the traditional and the embrace of the modern makes the style and spirit of the 1920’s a…

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Podcast: The Secret Massacre

This is the first podcast from Historydojo. For more podcasts and early access, go to Patreon.com/historydodjo.

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President Theodore Roosevelt and the Armenians — Florida Armenians

The Armenian Genocide is one of the greatest crimes in human history.

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Picasso, Massacre In Korea, 1951

Courtesy of www.PabloPicasso.org Massacre in Korea is a 1951 expressionistic painting by Pablo Picasso which is seen as a criticism of…

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BLACK LIVES MATTER: “Conspiracy to Retain Their Home”

The law has been used throughout American history to impoverish African Americans.

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What You Need To Know About Impeachment

The history of impeachment is a fascinating one, to say the least. The powers of impeachment and the process are…

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The Legendary Samurai Yukimori, (1543-1576)

Famed Samurai Yukimori (1543-1576). He was betrayed by Oda Nobunaga, who began the bloody process of unifying Japan, and eventually…

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“Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.”

The Trial of Susan B. Anthony