Greetings to all! I am an Adjunct Professor of History at a community college in the Houston area. Together with Scott Rank, a professional historian and podcaster, I (fairly) recently released a podcast series called "Key Battles of the Civil War." In just 22 episodes, Scott and I cover the most important military clashes of the war, as well as key political, economic, and social events of the years 1861-65. I invite you to check it out, and if you wouldn't mind, write us a brief review on Apple Podcasts. I look forward to your thoughts! - James Early
外围体育投注I've been working on explaining to my in-laws why I am for at least basic public assistance, etc with no luck. My mother in law keeps saying that her family came here from Italy with nothing and worked their way up, and they finally owned a successful grocery store. After the great depression (sometime in the late 20s or 30s), she said some law was passed forgiving debts. However this affected them negatively and they ended up losing everything since no one had to pay them back. Thats why she refuses to vote for someone who would give handouts and people need to earn their own money or suffer the consequences. They were in Colorado or Chicago at the time, not completely sure which one.
I can't find anything on this so I'm wondering if the family perhaps lied or it was misconstrued. Anyone know what she may be talking about??