Summary: When looking at America’s problems it’s easy to forget that we’re a part of Western civilization, and share many social dynamics with our cousins in other nations. 415 more words
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Just in time for The Greyhound Bus company’s 100-year anniversary, a national traveling exhibit about the bus line’s history is making a stop in Minnesota. The company was founded in Hibbing in 1914 . 249 more words
Between 1940 and 1952, American patriotism ran high, and the Pulitzer committee was very much a part of the fervor as it awarded the country’s highest literary prize to a novel that was chiefly about American victories in World War II, on average, every other year. 621 more words
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Denmark, 1940. War has come and everyone must choose a side.
For British-born Kay Eberstern, living on her husband Bror’s country estate, the Nazi invasion and occupation of her adopted country is a time of terrible uncertainty and inner conflict.