The New York Times And The Cancel Culture Contradiction

In 1940, President Roosevelt signed into law a piece of legislation known as the Smith Act, which allowed the federal government near unlimited power to arrest political dissidents. Although the legislation is most known for its use during the red scare/McCarthy era of the 1950’s, it had actually been used multiple times before then. For example, Roosevelt attempted to use it — specifically…

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Ephrom Josine

Ephrom Josine

Political Commentator; Follow My Twitter: @EphromJosine1