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In Slate, Ruth Graham explores the surprisingly extensive history of pro-life rhetoric comparing abortion to the Holocaust. She traces the phenomenon to an analogy made by Pope Pius XII in 1951, a time when the specifics of Nazi ideology were still fresh in people’s minds:
This is Part II of Rachel Hall’s essay on France and reparations. Part I appeared in November.
The Inadequacy of Reparations, Part I: A Holocaust Orphan’s Daughter Revisits France’s Sinister Past
Nineteen, newly married, the check from France must seem like a windfall and a blessing. My parents are still students, accustomed to scrimping and saving and doing without. The check is for $2,000, a lot of money in 1957, especially for a bride who tried to scoop up and save the rice that was thrown in celebration at her City Hall wedding ceremony.
My grandmother Ethel was a Jewish-Polish Holocaust survivor.
‘Politico’ reporter Hadas Gold was sent an anti-Semitic death threat by a Trump supporter https://t.co/J74AumoWwY pic.twitter.com/TRZab4hY32— Mic (@mic) October 21, 2016