The Diary of Louis Henry Sayer Born: 25 August 1896 – Died: 12 March 1987The Diary of Louis Henry Sayer Born: 25 August 1896 – Died: 12 March 1987
Uncle ‘Lou’ who, in April 1914, decided to travel to Canada to pursue a career and I guess, probably, the life of a farmer. This was however cut short as he was conscripted into the Canadian army and found himself on the battlefields of the Somme
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The Prophetic Tradition in JudaismThe Prophetic Tradition in Judaism
Thus, for my purposes, the term prophet will be used to describe a Jew brave enough to speak out against corruption in society or its rulers
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Titanic tuscan travelsTitanic tuscan travels
What a better way to start the tale of the Tuscan adventures than by making the first brew the day after Hallow’s Eve, otherwise on All Saint’s Day (November 1st)… as Italy happens to be one of the most pious countries in Europe
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Nolan BennettNolan Bennett
Adams’s authority for what new American might succeed him. Read as a work of political theory, the Education not only helps explain elite anxieties over American citizenship at the turn of the century
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Supreme Court of the United States October Term, 1999Supreme Court of the United States October Term, 1999
Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence In Support of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari
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Plessey vs. Ferguson (1896) Facts of the CasePlessey vs. Ferguson (1896) Facts of the Case
The state of Louisiana enacted a law that required separate railway cars for blacks and whites. In 1892, Homer Adolph Plessey--who was seven-eighths Caucasian--took a seat in a "whites only" car of a Louisiana train
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Preventing a Brave New WorldPreventing a Brave New World
What are the ethical questions raised by cloning? Is there any moral difference between applying genetic engineering technologies to humans and applying them to animals and plants? What role should governments play in making policies regarding
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The sentiment was growing clear. The Russian people wanted changeThe sentiment was growing clear. The Russian people wanted change
World War I, all contributed to the agitated state of the masses. But underlying all these events was the tsarist regimes inflexibility and drive to maintain the autocratic Russian way of life that had been in place for centuries
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Ulysses is greeted by troops along the march in this sketch. \" Ulysses was a Soldier’s General\"Ulysses is greeted by troops along the march in this sketch. " Ulysses was a Soldier’s General"
His generals dismissed his modesty as one of his eccentricities. They laughed about his breakfasts of coffee and a cucumber sliced in vinegar—and having his meat cooked to a crisp because any bloody meat reminded him of his father’s
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Smithsonian Queen HatshepsutSmithsonian Queen Hatshepsut
To the ancient Egyptians, pharaohs were gods. What could this one have done to warrant such blasphemy? In the opinion of Winlock, and other Egyptologists of his generation, plenty
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Us-ct-claims, [79-1 ustc ¶9218]Us-ct-claims, [79-1 ustc ¶9218]
Us-ct-claims, [79-1 ustc ¶9218], Arthur A. Proulx and B. J. Cushman Proulx V. The United States, Agreements not to compete: Capital gain V ordinary income: Duress defense
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Walter cronkite – image #5 – President Kennedy FuneralWalter cronkite – image #5 – President Kennedy Funeral
While visiting Dallas, Texas, on a political trip, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. Three days later, a devastated American nation watched the funeral cortege of its fallen leader
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