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Devra Torres

The HHS, Then and Now

Dec. 27, 2013, at 6:40pm

There was once a politician so power-hungry that he insisted on gathering extensive data about his people 

 at whatever cost to them, in order to tax them more efficiently. 

He cared nothing for the inconveniences and expenses involved in complying with his mandates.  He was especially ignorant, hardhearted, or both, on questions pertaining to bringing new life into the world.

When he decreed that everyone should return to their ancestors’ native place, the better to keep track of them, he allowed no exemptions--not even for one obscure young woman who was already nine months along.  She accompanied her husband to his native town, despite the danger of giving birth along the way.

She

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