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Daily Archives: October 1, 2016
Incest and tyranny, Trump fits a pattern
Incest is an abuse of power. The incest, though, is more than physical abuse as it can include emotional or psychological elements. From ancient times, incest was shunned for its effect on the family and more widely on society. For … Continue reading
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