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April 29 in freethought history…

April 29, 2006 - Economist John Kenneth Galbraith dies in Cambridge, Massachusetts, aged 97. Born in Canada, Galbraith spent his adult life in the United States, where his influence extended to the social and political: he was a speechwriter and advisor to … Continue reading

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December 13 in freethought history…

December 13, 1512 - Herman of Rijswijk is burned at the stake for heresy at the Hague, Netherlands. He rejected several dogmas of Christianity, including the afterlife, and the miracles/divinity of Jesus. December 13, 1941 – Entertainer John Davidson is born … Continue reading

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