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There are some “well-respected” institutions in Maryland that must be examined because of their record of corporate sponsorship. These include the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, the Maryland Humanities Council and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Maryland Humanities Council This … Continue reading
This week I’ve been writing some articles and doing some other stuff. Yesterday, my dad and I were going around Towson, the capital of Baltimore County, and there was an elderly white lady on the sidewalk with a shopping cart. … Continue reading
I remember back to what Howard Zinn wrote in 1999 in the Chapter titled The Coming Revolt of the Guards of A People’s History of the United States. He said: “All these histories of this country centered on the Founding … Continue reading
I thought that it would be good to post Domhoff’s theory here so people could read it and decide for themselves. I may look and see if this theory applies to Baltimore and other cities as well. by G. William … Continue reading