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Was there too much live publicity for the first American space flight in 1961?
Life, normally so precious, seems to be reckoned far too cheaply during a war, this 1940 editorial states…
An excerpt from a longer article about the merger that created the ELCA. Very interesting stuff, and it still has bearing on congregations today, which generally do trace their history all the way back.
War wasn’t likely to open any markets for farmers, this 1940 editorial predicted.
What are people really thinking about the war, wondered this 1940 Daily Globe editorial.
A newspaper reported the Nazis were trying for peace in 1940.
The Daily Globe editorial examined John F. Kennedy’s first 17 days in office in February, 1961.
America is at least safe to build permanently. We should be doing much better than we are. So said this 1940 Daily Globe editorial.
This Associated Press photo shows Ham the Chimp, who went into space in 1961.