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Halloween, observed TIME in , was changing: "It used to be a children's romp, before the scares of chocolate-covered razor blades," wrote Michael Demarest and Mary Shaughnessy. Increasingly in the '80s, Halloween has become an escapist extravaganza for adults, a trickless treat that more closely resembles Mardi Gras than the candy-and-apple surfeits of yesteryear. Now, as Munich's famous Oktoberfest is underway, revelers will be harking back to centuries of local history. The festival is, TIME explained in a article about the city, "an autumnal beer bust that runs for 16 days, ostensibly celebrating the wedding in of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Therese von Sachsen-Altenburg. As fall begins, we turn once again to TIME's explanation of the science behind the leaves' changing colors: "From hedgerow, lawn and wooded hill Departs the summer's chlorophyll; The elms and hickories lose their green And glow instead with carotene, While sumacs, maples redden in A burst of anthocyanin— And TIME is moved to tell its clients The reason why in terms of science". It's independence of conscience — the kinds of things the framers had in mind. Texas Rangers massacred 15 Mexican men and boys on the border in Porvenir in
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We asked you how you learned about slavery in school. You told us about degrading role play, flawed lessons and teachers who played down its horrors. The Project was conceived by Nikole Hannah-Jones. In this interview, she talks about the project and the reaction to it. In the N. Since January, The Times Magazine has been working on an issue to mark the th anniversary of the first enslaved people arriving in America. Looking for ways to use this issue in your classroom?