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President Nixon welcomed Prime Minister Suharto of Indonesia to the White House in 1970. New evidence reveals the U.S. was complicit in Suharto’s brutal extermination of hundreds of thousands of Indonesians in the mid-1960s in an effort to eradicate the communist opposition.  (Photo by U.S. National Archives and Records Administration) Photo used under CC BY
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Men harvesting cranberries in New Jersey. Cranberries are harvested in the fall after being flooded, cut from plants, and corralled on the water’s surface.  (Photo by U.S. Department of Agriculture) Photo used under CC BY
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