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Politics and Government

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Judith Rosenbaum on Annie Nathan Meyer Founding Barnard

This Week in History: On October 7, 1889, Barnard College opened its doors. Judith Rosenbaum describes how Annie Nathan Meyer lobbied for a school for girls that would rival the education boys received at Columbia.
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This Week in History: On October 7, 1889, Barnard College opened its doors. Judith Rosenbaum describes how Annie Nathan Meyer lobbied for a school for girls that would rival the education boys received at Columbia.

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Judith Rosenbaum on Emma Goldman's Arrest

This Week in History: On September 27, 1919, Anarchist Emma Goldman was released from a two-year prison term and was immediately rearrested. Judith Rosenbaum discusses why Goldman was so feared, and why her story continues to resonate.
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This Week in History: On September 27, 1919, Anarchist Emma Goldman was released from a two-year prison term and was immediately rearrested. Judith Rosenbaum discusses why Goldman was so feared, and why her story continues to resonate.

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This Week in History: on September 10, 1857, Flora Langerman Spiegelberg was born. Rachel King discusses how this child bride made her way across the US as a pioneer to help shape the city of Santa Fe.
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