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Protected: The American Problem

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Genesis

My great-grandfather emigrated from Switzerland to New York. He moved his family to Chicago, where he drank on the streets to the scorn of the crowd. My grandfather swore off the booze. He moved his family to Indiana, where he … Continue reading

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