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Most of the German immigrants in West Germany aren’t from East Germany.
An organization created to protect the purity of dog bloodlines has become, a journalist argues, misguided in its view of “quality “ and guilty of encouraging destructive forms of inbreeding that have robbed dogs of traditional skills and left them vulnerable to crippling disease
Analogies between the United States and post-imperial Britain are inaccurate and mischievous. “Americans can afford both social and international security, ” the author argues