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Holly Martins

Holly Martins is a public historian and writer. Her recent projects include an oral history of gun violence victims, and a book-length work of narrative nonfiction based on the two years she spent in Ankara, Turkey, and which she blogs about at hollymartins.com. You can also find her @hollymartins66.

Refugees on Igdir road © Armenian National Institute, Inc. Elder Photo Collection

As Armenians Mark 100th Anniversary of Genocide, Turks Resolutely Dismiss Their Claims

The European Court of Human Rights recently ruled that Switzerland violated Turkish socialist party chairman Doğu Perinçek’s freedom ...
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Scott Walker, The Koch Brothers, and the History of Right to Work Laws

The Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 gave states the ability to enact right to work laws, granting opponents of unions the ability to institute open-shop laws.