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The author gives special thanks to former students Frank DiCastri, Samantha Webb Kading, Alicia Seyler, and Mary Pfotenhauer
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Lecture #3: Virtue & Morality: Freedom’s PrerequisitesLecture #3: Virtue & Morality: Freedom’s Prerequisites
I delivered my lecture on the origin and meaning of Liberty, I decided to talk about the necessity of virtue and morality in sustaining liberty. She argued that government has no place in trying to “force morality
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Chapter 3: The development of the U. S federal systemChapter 3: The development of the U. S federal system
The government under the Articles of Confederation was collapsing, yet political leaders still feared a new form of republic
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Ap u. S. Government Semester Exam Multiple ChoiceAp u. S. Government Semester Exam Multiple Choice
Which of the following is an example of checks and balances, as established by the Constitution?
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This lesson is within an 8th grade unit about the Bill of Rights and focuses on how the Supreme Court operates within the context of a simulated First Amendment case
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