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Weird History - YouTube.com

Throughout history, many societies have used tarring and feathering as both punishment and humiliation. The practice reaches as far back as the 12th century, and the last instance occurred as recently as 1981, despite most people associating the ritu

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https://www.lewrockwell.com, By Linh Dinh

Universal suffrage finally came to South Africa in 1994. Not everyone cheered. Many whites hoarded beans, rice, rusks, canned protein, candles and gasoline, etc.

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https://bombthrower.com, by Mark E. Jeftovic

King John's military failure at the Battle of Bouvines triggered the barons' revolt, but the roots of their discontent lay much deeper. King John ruled England in a ruthless manner at a time when the instruments of government and the practice

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