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#142: All-American Nazis

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#142: All-American Nazis
By Mark Isero • Issue #142 • View online
Welcome, Loyal Readers, and thank you for navigating your inbox and clicking on the most important email of your Thursday. Now it’s time to do some reading! Today’s issue will not disappoint. Please enjoy provocative pieces about the rise of Nazi youth in America, the fears white parents have about sending their children to public schools, the vaping craze among teenagers, the Great Spacing Debate, and the effects of the Green Revolution. Choose one, two, or all five to explore!
Also, there’s still time to complete the Annual Reader Survey, which ends next week. Two lucky subscribers will win magnificent prizes. The runner-up will receive the famous Highlighter Mug, and the winner will receive the all-new Highlighter Tote Bag. That sweetens the deal, doesn’t it? Check back here next Thursday to find out if you’ve won!

All-American Nazis: Fascist Youth in America
Challenging the Myths White Parents Have About Their Children’s Education
Layla, who belongs to loyal reader Jim, realizes that her tongue is too large for her mouth.
Layla, who belongs to loyal reader Jim, realizes that her tongue is too large for her mouth.
Teens and Vaping: “Smoking Is Gross. Juuling Is Really What’s Up.”
How Many Spaces After a Period? A (Flawed) Study Complicates Things
Anne-otations: Bee Wilson on How We Learn to Eat | 5x15 Podcast
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