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Eric identifier: ed339673 Publication Date: 1991-09-00 Author: Leming, Robert S. SourceEric identifier: ed339673 Publication Date: 1991-09-00 Author: Leming, Robert S. Source
Source: eric clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education Bloomington in
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Aftermath of World War II in the European TheatreAftermath of World War II in the European Theatre
What did the Allied Powers learn once they were making movement towards Germany in1944-1945?
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Causes of the American Civil WarCauses of the American Civil War
American society. Today we live with the fruits of the American Civil War, in a nation changed fundamentally by the war's outcomes
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Louis XVI and the French RevolutionLouis XVI and the French Revolution
John Hardman, a biographer of Louis XVI, argues that the king at the time of the French Revolution fails to live down to his abysmal reputation
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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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The Peyote Way Church of God: Native Americans v. New Religions v the Law.”The Peyote Way Church of God: Native Americans v. New Religions v the Law.”
Cette édition électronique a été réalisée par Jean-Marie Tremblay, bénévole, professeur de sociologie au Cégep de Chicoutimi à partir de
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Who is a u. S. Citizen?” “The Evolution of Citizenship Law in The United States of America”Who is a u. S. Citizen?” “The Evolution of Citizenship Law in The United States of America”
For U. S. citizens who live outside the United States, and whose children are born or adopted abroad, there are still important citizenship acquisition issues and other challenges that need to be addressed and redressed
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Major Events: In the 1940s and 1950s, lawyers representing the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (naacp)Major Events: In the 1940s and 1950s, lawyers representing the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (naacp)
In the 1940s and 1950s, lawyers representing the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (naacp) argued a sequence of crucial cases in the Supreme Court
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The Continuing Question of Sovereignty and the Sovereign Military Order of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta noel cox* AbstractThe Continuing Question of Sovereignty and the Sovereign Military Order of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta noel cox* Abstract
The Continuing Question of Sovereignty and the Sovereign Military Order of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta
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World War II reduced Americans’ Civil LibertiesWorld War II reduced Americans’ Civil Liberties
Americans gave up liberties, for the stated reason. This was clearly shown in how America treated its Japanese and Italian citizens, and how all other citizens were willing to endure rationing and strong price controls to help win the war
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Fourth Amendment’s Protections in the HomeFourth Amendment’s Protections in the Home
Supreme Court would. After reaching a decision in their groups, they will be provided with the Supreme Court’s reasoning and have an opportunity to compare their explanations with those of the Court
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Nation on the BrinkNation on the Brink
A hard Shove for a “Nation on the Brink”—The Impact of the Dred Scott Case by Lisa Cozzens
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Plessy RevisitedPlessy Revisited
Other than the Dred Scott case, there is probably no more universally despised Supreme Court ruling than the Plessy v. Ferguson decision. Today, I’d like to talk about
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From: OurDocs gov Dred Scott V. Sandford, 1857From: OurDocs gov Dred Scott V. Sandford, 1857
Courts had ruled this way in the past. However, what appeared to be a straightforward lawsuit between two private parties became an 11-year legal struggle that culminated in one of the most notorious decisions ever issued by the United States
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How Ya\How Ya' Gonna' Keep 'Em Down on the Farm?: The Rise of Populism
In reaction to these trends, farmers began to take political action and in the 1890s organized the Populist movement, out of which a third political party was formed
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