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Excerpt from a speech by Albert Gallatin Brown, a Mississippi politician September 26, 1860Excerpt from a speech by Albert Gallatin Brown, a Mississippi politician September 26, 1860
The North is accumulating power, and it means to use that power to emancipate (free) your slaves Disunion is a fearful thing, but emancipation is worse. Better leave the union in the open face of day
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Individuals political partiesIndividuals political parties
Lawmaking process in parliament and the courts with reference to the influence of
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The Invasion of Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities and its Implications for TasmaniaThe Invasion of Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities and its Implications for Tasmania
Aborigines in Tasmania. On the way through I’ll talk about all sorts of things that interest me, and that I hope will interest you too
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Independence movements in the Caribbean: withering on the vine? Peter CleggIndependence movements in the Caribbean: withering on the vine? Peter Clegg
Paper prepared for the international workshop, “Island Independence Movements in the 21st Century,” University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 8-10 September 2011
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