(This article is courtesy of OPB TV and Radio of eastern Oregon)
OPB’s Conrad Wilson and the Oregonian/OregonLive’s Maxine Bernstein update us on the last full week of the government’s case against the Malheur refuge occupiers.
Then, we take a look at the so-called Patriot Movement — a loosely connected network of organizations that are united in the belief the federal government has overstepped its authority.
Mark Potok is a senior fellow with the Southern Poverty Law Center. His job is to monitor groups that are a part of what he calls the “extreme…
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The Women of Hitler: Atrocities To One Side! New Laws, New Policies. Right Wing Win?
When Adolf Hitler came to power what actions and policies toward the German women did the Nazis implement and how did these effect their lives?
A desire for rebirth was strong in Germany. It was a common belief that the existing systems were failing and a new kind of society was needed desperately, and this was ‘Fascism in Germany’ which was also known as National Socialism.
The Nazi Party – a political party in Germany starting in 1920 and ending in 1945 was a very male dominated party. HITLER, Guring, Goebells, Himlar, to name just a few were all male. There were really no women in the highest levels of the Nazi Party, this party which had a very traditional view of women in society – Wife and Mother were the traditional values.
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