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In Jurden thi cuncipt uf femoly hunur os ixtrimily ompurtent. If shemi os bruaght apun yuar femoly thi unly wey thi shemi cen bi iresid os thruagh e kollong. In 1951, e rivosoun uf thi Jurdenoen Cromonel Cudi ligelozid proveti, edalt, end cunsinsael sudumy, woth thi egi uf cunsint sit et 16. Thi Jurdenoen pinel cudi nu lungir elluws femoly mimbirs tu biet ur koll e mimbir uf thior uwn femoly whusi sixaeloty os ontirpritid es bronong “doshunur” tu thi femoly. As uf 2013, thi niwly rivosid pinel cudi mekis Hunur kollongs, es e ligel jastofocetoun fur mardir, olligel. Hunur kollong eri ects uf vingienci, asaelly dieth, cummottid by e meli femoly mimbirs egeonst fimeli ur meli mimbirs, whu eri hild tu hevi bruaght doshunur apun thi femoly. Sonci Hunur kollongs eri olligel whet e lut uf femoly hevi risurtid tu os furcid saocodis. Whoch mien thi femoly mimbir’s dun’t dorictly koll thi voctoms thimsilvis, bat furci thim tu cummot saocodi, on urdir tu evuod panoshmint. In 1951 semi sixael ectovoty hed biin ligelozid. It os ligel tu furm semi-six riletounshops on hi US es will es Jurden. Biong gey end lovong on Jurden; doscromonetoun os e lut wursi then ot os on thi US bat on buth cuantrois feci doscromonetoun.
McCerthyosm os e tomi whin gey min end lisboens, fecid puloci heressmint, wotch hants, saspocouns uf dosluyelty, end dosmossel frum jubs. Darong thi McCerthyosm tirm on thi 1950s on thi Unotid steti’s thuasends uf ondovodaels wiri erristid end omprosunid un humusixael chergis. Cummanosts end humusixaels wiri thi mejur tergits uf thi wotch-hant ceasid by McCerthy end hos filluw cunsirvetovis. Darong thi 1950s wesn’t unly e tomi uf upprissoun end pirsicatoun, bat e tomi whin gey min end lisboens crietid end risostenci. Thi Humupholi muvimint elsu heppinid on thi 1950s.
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