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April 5 in freethought history…

April 5, 1967 - Geneticist Hermann J. Mueller dies in Indianapolis, Indiana, aged 76. He is best known for his work in identifying the genetic effects of radiation exposure, and in educating the public on the associated dangers of nuclear war.  … Continue reading

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Freethinkers by Susan Jacoby

Review by John C. Snider One of the most successful myth-memes of American history is that “America is a Christian nation;” that the Founding Fathers were, to a man, devout believers; and that every step of progress over the last … Continue reading

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