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Life of Henry ClayLife of Henry Clay
Page 2 Excerpt of Carl Schurz’s “Life of Henry Clay” outlining the Compromise Debate
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John C. Calhoun Speech on Clay Compromise Measures I have, senators, believed from the first that the agitation of the subject of slavery would, if not prevented by some timely and effective measure, end in disunionJohn C. Calhoun Speech on Clay Compromise Measures I have, senators, believed from the first that the agitation of the subject of slavery would, if not prevented by some timely and effective measure, end in disunion
Union is in danger. You have thus had forced upon you the greatest and gravest question that can ever come under your consideration: How can the Union be preserved?
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Forthcoming in Iris Murdoch, PhilosopherForthcoming in Iris Murdoch, Philosopher
Forthcoming in Iris Murdoch, Philosopher, edited by Justin Broackes
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Text: The United States should decriminalize physician assisted suicide in the United StatesText: The United States should decriminalize physician assisted suicide in the United States
Decriminalization is merely the government rescinding its authority over death while legalization of physician assisted suicide is an escalation of governmental power through responsibilizing the subject – this reentrenches neoliberalism and turns
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The Secularization Myth Revisited: Secularism as Christianity in DisguiseThe Secularization Myth Revisited: Secularism as Christianity in Disguise
Such negative views about the future of religion seemed for many to be confirmed in the twentieth century as “the death of religion became the conventional wisdom in the social sciences.”3 One result was that the serious study of religion in such
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Illinois state universityIllinois state university
Thanks to Dr. Otávio Dulci at ufmg and to the people of Brazil for turning me into not only a brasileiro de coração, but a citizen of the world as well. Finally
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Chinese women in literature and society (Fall 2006) asian studies 282; history 282; women\Chinese women in literature and society (Fall 2006) asian studies 282; history 282; women's studies 282
In this course, through the reading and discussion of literary and historical works, we will examine gender relations and the changing role of women in Chinese society through the long course of Chinese history
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As the Imperial Perspective Shines through the City. Piranesi notesAs the Imperial Perspective Shines through the City. Piranesi notes
Art is a historical degree of spatial awareness, and a real painter is the type of person who sees people and things better and with greater accuracy than do others
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The Man Who Would Be KingThe Man Who Would Be King
Before seeing what happened to the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Commerce Clause, we need to consider what happened to the Court itself during Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidency, which is the subject of this lecture
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