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H.D.S. Greenway

Testing Dutch tolerance

By H.D.S. Greenway
February 21, 2006

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WHEN IT comes to welcoming immigrants, the Dutch have long been among the nicest guys in Europe. When the Jews were kicked out of Spain in 1492, the Dutch opened their doors to them when others didn't. When the Pilgrims were in trouble in England, the Dutch took them in before they sailed for America. In modern times, the ... (Full article: 754 words)

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