Editor’s note: This summer, The Transcript put out a call for local experts in history, science, education, nonprofits and more to write regular columns for the opinion page. The following is from a guest columnist contributes historical expertise to the page.

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A generation ago, a scholarly debate took place over the “uniqueness” of the Holocaust, the term used to describe the murder of six million European Jews and five million others, principally Sinta and Roma (Gypsies), homosexuals (nowadays, LGBTQ) and the mentally impaired or developmentally …

Editor’s note: This summer, The Transcript put out a call for local experts in history, science, education, nonprofits and more to write regular columns for the opinion page. The following is from Bill Scanlon, who contributes insight on local community programs to the page.

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Editor’s note: This summer, The Transcript put out a call for local experts in history, science, education, nonprofits and more to write regular columns for the opinion page. The following is the first from a new guest columnist who contribute expertise about the local arts community to the page.

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Editor’s note: This summer, The Transcript put out a call for local experts in history, science, education, nonprofits and more to write regular columns for the opinion page. The following is from a guest columnist contributes historical expertise to the page.

A generation ago, a scholarly debate took place over the “uniqueness” of the Holocaust, the term used to describe the murder of six million European Jews and five million others, principally Sinta and Roma (Gypsies), homosexuals (nowadays, LGBTQ) and the mentally impaired or developmentally …

Editor’s note: This summer, The Transcript put out a call for local experts in history, science, education, nonprofits and more to write regular columns for the opinion page. The following is from Bill Scanlon, who contributes insight on local community programs to the page.

Editor’s note: This summer, The Transcript put out a call for local experts in history, science, education, nonprofits and more to write regular columns for the opinion page. The following is the first from a new guest columnist who contribute expertise about the local arts community to the page.

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