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Why the UN Was Built in New York and Not in South Dakota

UN headquarters at Hunter College in the Bronx, 1946

Who knew there was once such hot competition to host the United Nations? Not even the author of a book on the topic, when she first started out. One day in her home city of Philadelphia, Charlene Mires, an associate professor of history at Rutgers University, was going through some old newspaper clippings. One featured … Read more

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