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Editorial Cartoon - Feb. 17, 2017

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Confronting a controversial legacy

“The fact is, that if you wish to educate those children you must separate them from their parents during the time they are being educated. If you leave them in the family they may know how to read and write, but they still remain savages, whereas by separating them in ...

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