Missouri Law And The American Conscience

Author: Kenneth H. Winn
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 0826273564
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Until recently, many of Missouri’s legal records were inaccessible and the existence of many influential, historic cases was unknown. The ten essays in this volume showcase Missouri as both maker and microcosm of American history.

Lies Across America

Author: James W. Loewen
Publisher: The New Press
ISBN: 1595586768
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What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong James Loewen ... In 1837 he had noted that
states' rights allowed Northerners to distance themselves morally from slavery: “A
large portion of the Northern States believes slavery to be a sin, and would
consider it as an obligation of conscience to abolish it if they should feel
themselves in any ... Meanwhile, Thomas Hart Benton, Missouri senator from
1820 through 1850, became more and more convinced that the United States
should be preserved.

Black Hills White Justice

Author: Edward Lazarus
Publisher: Perennial
ISBN: 9780060922078
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A white man's court, according to white man's rules, would now decide if
America's conscience as reflected in its laws required such a payment. On the
floor of Congress and in the national press, the debate began whether a country
in the midst of the worst depression in its history could afford such a price to
redress what many viewed as bygone wrongs. Those wrongs were present
history for the Sioux. With most of the old men gone, and after so much suffering
for so long, to the ...

Ein Universum Aus Nichts

Author: Lawrence M. Krauss
Publisher: Albrecht Knaus Verlag
ISBN: 3641091144
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Und warum können wir davon ausgehen, dass das auch stimmt? Mit Ein Universum aus Nichts hat er ein Buch geschrieben, das schlau macht – voller Seitenhiebe gegen die theologische Zunft und alle anderen esoterischen Welterklärungen.

The Myth Of The Imperial Judiciary

Author: Mark Kozlowski
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814749291
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Why the Right is Wrong about the Courts Mark Kozlowski. ruptive, subversive,
and wicked,” “any public man of probity and conscience in the America of the
1790s who engaged in factional politics would have had to persuade himself, not
to say others, that what he was doing in practice did not controvert a theoretical
view to which everyone, himself included, subscribed.” Stanley Elkins and Eric
McKitrick, The Age of Federalism, 263 (1993). Such persuasion usually took the
form of ...

The Latter Day Saints Millennial Star

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About the same time an old man by the name of McBride, a soldier of the
Revolution, came ... It will be seen from this their brief statement, that neither the "
Mormons" as a body, nor individuals of that body, have been guilty of any offence
against the laws of Missouri, or of the United States ; but their only offence has
been their religious ... It promises to all, religions freedom, the right to all to
worship God beneath their own vine and fig tree, according to the dictates of their

The Youth S Companion

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The rule of law means 'A few years ago men would give and take repast was over
the band played “America,” because of the default of the law-abiding. state and
national officials were forgetting their ment whereby rights are secured which
were ... In a republic the government has been found in the conscience of the
people. without to give us this nation; we must contend The moral revival that is
now going on all over against the enemies within to keep it. They the country is
simply the ...

The Woman S Journal

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PRESIDENT HOOVER, in his address before the Newspaper Publishers'
Association, made a strong appeal to the conscience of his countrymen. In brief,
clear, penetrating phrases, the supreme authority of the United States indicted
the American people for lawlessness and summoned them to cooperate in law
enforcement. Though not unfamiliar, the ... "No individual has the right to
determine which law shall be obeyed and what law shall not be enforced." The
highest duty of the ...