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  • Mar 24-31, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 12


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  • The powerful people behind the eugenics movement

    Although eugenics may have started out as a serious science, and elements of it would later shift to the valuable studies of genetics and heredity, the ideology was hijacked by people who knew little about the science and needed a reason to justify their own prejudices.



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  • Get lectured at The Crunkleton

    Plus: Sandwhich moves and expands menu; Time Out opens branch by NCSU; Miss Taffy's Cheesecakes opens retail space; Elodie Farms' Family Farm Day




  • Citizen
  • The rebirth of the Democrats

    I come not to bury the Republicans; rather, I note the rebirth of the Democrats—in Washington and in Wake County. Different issues, same phenomenon.



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