SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
The Danger of Encouraging Americans to Inform on Each Other
by Christine Adams
Governors like Virginia's Glenn Youngkin are repeating a tactic of despots throughout history: encouraging the public to denounce individuals to the authorities. Whether its witches or teachers, this is a formula for intimidation and conformity.
SOURCE: ABA Journal
Civics Teacher and Students Help Win Exoneration for Last Convicted Witch in Massachusetts
Carrie LaPierre of North Andover turned a project on the legislative process into an amendment to the state budget bill. Elizabeth Johnson's 1693 conviction was finally overturned.
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