by Andrea S. Johnson
It simply never existed in the form we imagined.
by Richard L. Cravatts
What Berkeley has done is emblematic of a serious problem.
by Robert Cohen
Her claims are specious.
SOURCE: Huffington Post
by Megan Smolenyak
"I'm a settler. I'm descended from settlers. Not from immigrants ... I'm not living in the Cherokee Nation. I'm living in America, which was created by settlers, not immigrants."
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