Josh Friedman visits Izmir, Turkey where both an ancient Greek agora and an Ottoman bazaar can be found in the middle of town. Take a look at the fusion, as well as separation of Greek and Turkish cultures from a sprawling port city on Anatolia's Aegean Coast.
Visigoths sack Rome - Wikimedia Commons By GARY KIRKLAND Immigration is a hot issue right now around the world. This essay will discuss the issue from both a historical and Libertarian perspective. Between 100,000 and 40,000 years ago, homo sapiens sapiens first emigrated out of Africa. By 30,000 years ago, based on archaeological and [...]