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We found 19 product mentions on r/DemocratsforDiversity. We ranked the 36 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/mercurial_zephyr · 3 pointsr/DemocratsforDiversity

I definitely plan to! I might get it next. I'm reading The Great Terror, the classic study of Stalin's Purges right now.

I think the way the 60s are remembered in popular memory is really distorted. The Hippie movement was not nearly as popular as people seem to remember. And the youth conservative movement was also HUGE.

The '72 election was really a watershed. McGovern was portrayed as the candidate of "Abortion, Amnesty and Acid" LMAO

u/HowWinterKills · 1 pointr/DemocratsforDiversity

I don't think that one did but this one seems to have speakers and will be compatible as far as I know

I mean HDMI connections transmit sound as well so it should work perfectly

also this 2nd one I linked you is half off and 24" instead of 21.5"

u/Old_Army90 · 7 pointsr/DemocratsforDiversity

Help me decide which travel poster to get: A or B. I’m strongly going towards B.

For reference it would be hanging next to this and this

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/DemocratsforDiversity

The TL;DR is that he theorized there are short periods of intense selective pressure rather than pure gradual evolution. While this doesn't disprove that evolution can act on particular genes (which it probably does), it suggests that the reality is a little more complicated than that and evolution can act on multiple levels. He was also very strongly against biological determinism and held that science and religion answer different questions and aren't mutually exclusive (though like any good evolutionary biologist he trashed creationism). He even wrote a book, The Mismeasure of Man, thoroughly debunking biological determinism and scientific racism a decade before that asshole Murray wrote The Bell Curve.

u/UN_Shill · 3 pointsr/DemocratsforDiversity

I really can't decide whom I love more.

Ranty David Mitchell

or masculinity deconstructing Robert Webb

u/Trumans_Haberdashery · 2 pointsr/DemocratsforDiversity

Anybody else read Half Magic and its sequels? Don't know why, but they've always really stuck with me.

u/Jokerang · 1 pointr/DemocratsforDiversity

I found it in this biography of George Thomas. I'm at the part where he's a military governor in the South and dealing with race issues and former Confederates starting shit. Unlike other governors, Thomas stuck around despite being rather pro-freedmen due to his friendship with Johnson (they worked together during the Civil War).

u/film10078 · 3 pointsr/DemocratsforDiversity

I had a problem for a bit and put this shit out and those fuckers have never come back

u/LibertarianSocialism · 1 pointr/DemocratsforDiversity

I don't have a NYT account but someone please read the one saying we don't have universal healthcare yet because slavery. I need to know if it's as bad as it sounds.

The others seem at least like they're well-researched and thoughtful.

Also if you have time for a full book Suspect Relations has the worst cover of any book I've ever seen but is an interesting deep-dive into slavery in the Carolinas pre-Revolution.