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  • ...orldwide religions, others themselves subdividing into yet more splinters. Religion has had an important role in American life, but also in the development of [[Islam]] is growing rapidly in the United States, including offshoots such as the [[Black Muslims]].
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  • Article describing variety and evolution of American religion.
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  • {{r|United States of America}} {{r|Religion in the United States}}
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  • In United States and other legal systems, '''Civil rights''' are an enforceable rights or p ...a right for an arbitrary reason not based on behavior, such as race, sex, religion, age, previous condition of servitude, physical limitation, national origin
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  • {{r|Religion}} {{r|Religion in the United States}}
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  • ...0/doc-magna-image.htm][http://www.bl.uk/treasures/magnacarta/index.html] - statement of civil rights and fundamental document of the English constitution. *1774 '''[[American Revolution]]''' The armed struggle that gave the United States independence from Britain.
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  • ...ratification in June 1788, there have been 27 '''amendments to the United States Constitution'''. Some of the amendments protect individual rights by limit ...itution, when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several States.''
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  • ARTICLE I There shall be firm and universal peace between the United States of America and the Mexican Republic, and between their respective countrie ...ommissioners appointed by the General-in-chief of the forces of the United States, and such as may be appointed by the Mexican Government, to the end that a
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  • Current media usage of the term (especially in the [[United States]]) is often synonymous with [[conservative Christianity|conservative]] Pro ...cs of Evangelicalism as defined by [[David Bebbington]], in his study of [[United Kingdom|British]] evangelicalism, are known as the ''Bebbington Quadrilat
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  • ...States of America}} since {{headofstate-enteredoffice|President|the United States of America}}. {{Image|Usaflag.png|left|200px|The flag of the United States of America.}}
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  • ...trong judiciary and opposed the army and navy (calling for reliance on the state militias instead). Its guiding principles comprise [[Jeffersonian Democrac ...Monroe]] (1816 and 1820). By 1900 Republicans dominated Congress and most state governments outside of [[New England]].
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  • ...and Secretary of Commerce who was elected the 31st President of the United States. Elected in 1928, his [[associtationalism|associationalist]] policies wer ...ecome the ward of his uncle John Minthorn. Minthorn was a doctor and real estate developer who Hoover recalled as "a severe man on the surface, but like all
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  • ...S. President [[George W. Bush]] at the [[White House]].]][[Buddhism]] is a religion with millions of followers in [[North America]], including traditionally Bu ...ere were approximately 400 Chinese temples on the west coast of the United States, most of them containing at least some Buddhist elements. These temples we
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  • {{r|Religion}} {{r|Religion in the United States}}
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  • ..., 1959 he was elected to one of the two Senate seats from the newly formed State of Hawaii, and took office on August 21, 1959. He chose not to run for re-e |title = [[United States Senators From Hawaii|United States Senator (Class 3) from Hawai{{okina}}i]]
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  • {{seealso|History of the Republican Party (United States)}} ...Party''' is one of two major contemporary political parties in the United States of America, along with the [[U.S. Democratic Party|Democratic Party]]. It
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  • {{r|Religion in the United States}} {{r|First Amendment to the United States Constitution}}
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  • ...rengthened the powers of the judiciary while [[Chief Justice of the United States]]. ...irst ones to be contested on anything resembling a partisan basis. In most states the congressional elections were, as Jefferson str [[John J. Beckley|John
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  • ...ring the administration of [[George W. Bush]]<ref name=waxmanreport>United States House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform Special Investigat == In the United States ==
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  • ...having coordinating role over the entire [[United States intelligence community]] (IC), it is impossible to understand US counterterrorism by looking at t ...ucture than other close allies, such as Australia, Canada, France, and the United Kingdom. Each has a structure that fits its particular legal system and c
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  • {{main|United States intelligence community}} This article deals with activities of the [[United States intelligence community]] in the Asia/Pacific geopolitical area. It includes those of the [[Centra
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  • Citizenship in the [[United States of America|United States]] began during [[colonial]] times as an active [[civic participation]] in ...he New England town meeting. Townspeople came together to govern their communities. And de Tocqueville said town meetings teach people how to use democracy
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  • ...ved more into military and [[terrorist]] activity. He was killed by United States forces in a nighttime attack on his compound in [[Abbottabad]], Pakistan. ...h more lethal potential than any other nonstate threat faced by the United States.<ref name=Scheuer2005>{{citation
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  • ...ant ways, it has been leavened with [[populism]] and specific social and [[religion|religious]] considerations and issues and these factors did not always mani ...cal and economic conservative but not a social conservative; in the United States at present, this is the stance of libertarianism. It is also possible to b
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  • ...they are of disputed government or boundaries, they may be called [[quasi-state]]s. ...ef>[http://www.un.org/en/documents/charter/chapter1.shtml ''Charter of the United Nations'']</ref> in 1947 with the phrase:
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  • ...volutionaries, as well as — to use the somewhat controversial notion of "state terrorism" — armies, police, and security forces. Since non-governmental ...is defined in Title 22 of the United States Code, Section 2656f(d), which states: "The term ‘terrorism’ means premeditated, politically motivated viole
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  • ...World Politics, 1941-1991.'' 1995. [http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Years-War-United-Politics/dp/0415135540/ref=sr_1_1/103-4827826-5463040?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid * Gaddis, John Lewis. ''Russia, the Soviet Union and the United States. An Interpretative History'' 2nd ed. (1990)
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  • {{r|religion}} {{r|United States of America}}
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  • ...u]] and [[Walter Mosley]] being ranked among the top writers in the United States. Among the themes and issues explored in African American literature are t ...on]] debated whether to confront or appease racist attitudes in the United States. During the [[American Civil Rights movement]], authors like [[Richard Wri
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  • ...er the [[Free Exercise Clause]] of the [[First Amendment]] to the [[United States Constitution]]. ...the age of 16. The defendants, who were members of an Old Order Amish community, refused to send their 14 and 15 year old children to the consolidated pub
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  • ...Constitution]] to mean that government must stay completely separate from religion. [[Barry C. Lynn]] is the Executive Director. ...to adherents that they are insiders, favored members of the political community.”<ref name=FAQ>{{citation
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  • ...orldwide religions, others themselves subdividing into yet more splinters. Religion has had an important role in American life, but also in the development of [[Islam]] is growing rapidly in the United States, including offshoots such as the [[Black Muslims]].
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  • ...ts movement includes a wide variety of individuals and organizations, both united and divided in various ways on specific issues.<ref>{{cite book |last1= F ...an |editor1-link= |others= |title= Citizenship Revisited: Threats or Opportunities of Shifting Boundaries |url= |edition= |volume= |year= 2004 |publisher=
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  • ...phy'' of the [[Education, U.S., History|History of Education in the United States]] is vast, comprising tens of thousands of books, articles and dissertatio * Cubberly, Ellwood P., ''Public Education in the United States''. (DATE??)
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  • ...ades of sectional hostility in 1861 West Virginia broke away as a separate state. ...ly than industrial states to the north, or cotton states to the south. The state exported young people and slaves to form plantations and farms to the west
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  • {{r|Philosophy of religion}} {{r|Religion in the United States}}
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  • ...a]], located in the northeastern corner of the country. It consists of the states of [[Connecticut]], [[Maine]], [[Massachusetts]], [[New Hampshire]], [[Rho ...ike Harvard and Yale, and created the public school system copies by every state. Thanks to the pietistic religious sentiments the region became the center
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  • ...s to a small, independent farming economy, which in 1776 became the United States of America, with a population of 3.5 million. By 2008, with a population of 300 million, United States grew to a huge, integrated, industrialized economy that makes up over a qu
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  • {{r|Religion in the United States}}
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  • {{r|Buddhism in the United States}} {{r|Ireland (state)}}
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  • ...he west is primarily rural. It is the most populous of the six New England states. ...f Pilgrims arrived, settling in Boston and most of the eastern part of the state. In the 1770s Massachusetts became known as the 'Cradle of Liberty' for the
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  • For earlier history see ''[[California, history to 1845]].'' For the state today, see ''[[California]]''. ...ted States at Monterey - July 7, 1846.jpg/credit}}<br />Raising the United States flag at Monterey, July 7, 1846.]]
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  • ...ates a strong proof of his friendship, doth hereby cede to the said United States, in the name of the French Republic, forever and in full sovereignty, the ...ndencies, will be left in the possession of the Commissaries of the United States, and copies will be afterwards given in due form to the Magistrates and Mu
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  • ...undamental questions concerning the constitutional protections accorded to religion were addressed. ...the [[Constitution]] protecting the former but not the latter and that as stated in the Syllabus:
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  • ...h allowed attacks to be launched or controlled from their territory. The [[United Nations]] neither approved nor censured the invasion, which was never a f ...ix other brigades actually remain, but they are called "advise and assist" units charged with training.
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  • ...and the [[Canons of Dort]], which together are called the "Three Forms of Unity", while many Presbyterian churches hold to the so-called [[Westminster Sta ...es in Zwingli tradition is their historically almost symbiotic link to the state (cantons) which is only loosening gradually in the present.
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  • ...n state and ideology, much as Islamist theory draws no distinction between state and theology. [[Vietnamese Communist grand strategy|Vietnamese Communism]], ...rhaps arms supply from the north, there is little evidence of any Northern units in the South, although organizers may well have infiltrated.
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  • Andrews, George Reid. "Racial Inequality in Brazil and the United States: A Statistical Comparison." ''Journal of Social History'' 26, no. 2 (1992) ...1992. Flawed but useful account of the only triracial isolate (maroon) community of the Cumberland Plateau who see themselves as White.
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  • '''James Monroe''' (1758-1831) was the fifth [[president of the United States]] (1817-1825), best known for sponsoring the [[Monroe ...upported a measure to give the [[U.S. Congress]] the right to control interstate commerce. Returning to Virginia, he married Eliza Kortright, of early Dutch
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  • ...Islam]] claims to supersede previous [[Abrahamic religions]], the Bahá'í religion claims to supersede Islam. From its origins in the [[Persia]]n and [[Ottoman Empire]]s, the Bahá'í community expanded to India and Burma (1870s), Central Asia (1880s), North America a
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  • ...ican]] [[Cinema of the United States|film]] and [[Television in the United States|television]] [[film producer|producer]]. His [[film marketing|marketing]] ...s came from picking topics that would be easily sensationalized, such as [[religion]] and sex. His expenses were estimated at 5% for selling, and his distribut
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  • ...fire in a theatre and causing a panic.<ref name=Schenck>Schenck v. United States, 249 US 47 (1919)</ref></blockquote> ...universally accepted, Based on the right of freedom of opinion, Article 19 state a right to transfer "information and ideas through any media and regardless
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  • ...eigner' or an 'immigrant'. Not all opposition to immigration in the United States is concerned with this distinction, but nativism has become a general term * Language: Isolate themselves in their own communities and refuse to learn the local language.
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  • ===The United States [[Declaration of Independence]] (1776)=== ...ated in this Declaration are subject to the Islamic Sharia" and article 25,states that "The Islamic Sharia is the only source of reference for the explanat
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  • ...hernmost portion of both [[New England]] and the 48 contiguous states. The state is known for its scenery — its jagged, mostly rocky coastline, its low, r ...setts and was growing in population at a rapid rate, Maine became the 23rd state on March 15, 1820 as a component of the Missouri Compromise.
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  • ...can Jewish community in addressing the principal mandate of the Jewish community relations field, expressed in three interrelated goals: #To dedicate ourselves to the safety and security of the [[state of Israel]];
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  • {{r|United States of America}} {{r|Confederate States of America}}
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  • ...lavery were destroyed. Reconstruction addressed the return of the Southern states that had seceded, the status of ex-Confederate leaders, and the Constituti ...[[Redeemers]]") defeated the Republicans and took control of each southern state, marking the end of '''Reconstruction'''.
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  • While the [[Vietnam War]] involving the United States is most familiar in the West, there have been two millennia of '''Wars of ...1956, but never took place. Nevertheless, a complex and powerful [[United States Mission to the Republic of Vietnam]] was always present after the French h
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  • '''W. Patrick "Pat" Lang''' is a retired [[United States Army]] [[colonel]], who publishes the ''Sic Semper Tyrannis'' blog, and Pr ...British knighthood. He taught [[Arabic language|Arabic]] at the [[United States Military Academy]].
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  • ...subset of persons identified with the [[Christian Right]] in the [[United States of America]]. One can be a [[Religious conservatism|religious conservative Religious conservatives can believe that the United States was founded by Christians, although this is not universally accepted among
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  • ...extremely controversial issue in the [[United States]], for example. Some states have legitimized it, but, in general, it is intensely resisted by [[social "Liberal religions", such as [[Reform Judaism]] or [[Unitarian Universalism]], often will perform such ceremonies even without civil
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  • ...te House]]. It was the worst terrorist attack in the history of the United States,<ref name=911Commission>{{citation | author = National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission)
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  • ...s of the [[University of Pennsylvania]]. Among the wealthiest men in the [[United Kingdom|British]] American colonies, he is known as the ''Penman of the R ...n 1654 and, having joined the [[Society of Friends]], came with several co-religionists to Talbot County on the [[Eastern Shore]] of the [[Chesapeake Bay]] in
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  • ...34th [[President of the United States of America|president]] of the United States (1953-1961). ...r but Eisenhower was never a member.<ref>Gerald Bergman, "The Influence of Religion on President Eisenhower's Upbringing" ''Journal of American & Comparative C
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  • ...emocratic Party, history|Democratic party]] was highly competitive in most states, but won the presidency only in 1856, 1884 and 1892. In 1892, the [[Populi ...usually controlled the House of Representatives. The northern and western states were largely Republican, save for closely balanced New York and Indiana. A
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  • ...d political scientists give to the political system existing in the United States from about 1828 to 1854. It replaced the [[First Party System]], and was # It formed over a 15 year period that varied by state.
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  • ...of aid to Africa and other developing regions. He sought to modernise the United Kingdom's public services, encourage enterprise and innovation in its pri ...h second class honours in jurisprudence. While at Oxford, his awareness of religion was stimulated by [[/Catalogs#Thomson, Peter|Peter Thomson]]<ref>[http://
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  • ...ndamental issues in society. The usual context for the term is the United States, but culture wars are common in [[Islamic sectarian conflict]], [[Zionism] ==United States==
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  • ...the liberal rhetoric. Thus, northern states became free states; southern states continued the practice of slavery. ...freedom and slavery, two separate regional identities emerged. The United States was a nation divided into two distinct regions separated by the "[[Mason-D
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  • ...of Nations]] and the [[United Nations]], and a close ally of the [[United States of America]]. ...or very remote (23.5%) areas is the [[Northern Territory]]. For all other states and territories, populations in those categories are in single digits (or
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  • 495 BCE [[Pericles]] (495-429) - Athenian statesman and advocate of democracy ...http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/12tables.html] - the first recorded statement of Roman Law
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  • {{dambigbox|the type of political entity|State}} A '''state''' is a set of [[institution|institutions]] that possess the [[authority]]
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  • ...Congo]], the American colonies of [[Great Britain]], and the [[Confederate States of America]].<ref name=Anderson2007>{{citation ...ontrol is useful and perhaps essential for many of these “enemies of the state” to
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  • {{r|United States of America}} {{r|Confederate States of America}}
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  • ...nty in the state of [[Wisconsin]] and 22nd-largest city in the United&nbsp;States. The city is the county seat of Milwaukee County and is located on the sou ...he Mississippi. After that failed, he turned to railroads and soon had the state's first track, one between Milwaukee and Waukesha. Kilbourn used lobbying,
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  • {{r|Religion in the United States}} {{r|United States of America}}
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  • ===United States=== * Allerfeldt, Kristofer. ''Race, Radicalism, Religion, and Restriction: Immigration in the Pacific Northwest, 1890-1924.'' Praege
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  • According to his statement at his [[Combatant Status Review Tribunal]] (CSRT), he considers himsel He graduated in 1986 from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in the US,with a degree in mechanical engineering, and speaks Ar
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  • ...as "any system of regulations to govern the conduct of the people of a community, society or nation",<ref name="LcD">[http://dictionary.law.com/default2.as ...its constituent states, although vestiges of civil law systems survive in states, such as [[Louisiana]] and [[California]], with strong roots in French or
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  • * Bean, Frank D., and Marta Tienda. ''The Hispanic Population of the United States'' (1987), statistical analysis of demography and social structure ...Castillo. ''North to Aztlan: A History of Mexican Americans in the United States'' (2006)
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  • ..." He lived and worked in [[France]], the [[United States of America|United States]], [[Mexico]] and [[Spain]] throughout his life.
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  • ...him to withdraw from reelection in 1952 and gave the Republicans an opportunity to crusade against him and elect [[Dwight D. Eisenhower]]. ...eld Artillery Battalion, 35th Division, A.E.F., and returned to the United States a major in 1919, after combat at St. Mihiel and in the Argonne offensive.
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  • | religion = ...23]], 1805 &ndash; [[June 27]], 1844) was an [[United States|American]] [[religion|religious]] leader who founded the [[Latter Day Saint movement]],
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  • ...fense of his political independence set the standard for the separation of religion and politics. He promised a new frontier, bringing, along with his dazzlin Kennedy served as the 35th [[U.S. Presidents|President of the United States]] from 1961 to 1963 as a [[U.S. Democratic Party|Democrat]]. His 1000 days
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  • ...istory''' is the history of Mexicans and other [[Hispanics]] in the United States from 1846 to the present. By 2005 the Latino population reached 41.3 mill ...sh themselves from "los norteamericanos". The Latinos emphasized their own religion, language, customs and kinship ties, and drew into enclaves, rural colonies
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  • ...[John Woolman]], [[President of the United States|Presidents of the United States]] [[Herbert Hoover]] and [[Richard Nixon]] and [[Quakers/Notable Quakers|o ...entrality of Christ, leadership, religious authority, sexuality, identity, unity, and growth. The Quakers are heavily involved with the [[Peace Testimony]]
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  • ...les]], which together form the [[sovereign state]] of [[United Kingdom|The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland]]. They are also described | title = Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government Of Irela
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  • ...s. The first volume was published with the title ''A History of the United States, from the Discovery of the American Continent to the Present Time,'' by Ch * ''History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the Continent.'' Centenary edition. Thor
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  • ...narchy|constitutional monarch]] holding symbolic roles (as in the modern [[United Kingdom]], [[Canada]] and [[Japan]]). In recent years [[Australia]]ns hav ...trolled by a commercial elite being republics. These included Italian city states like [[Florence]] and [[Venice]] and the members of the [[Hanseatic League
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  • {{r|Religion in the United States}}
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  • ...gs that have contributed to the creation of the country now known as the [[United Kingdom]]. ...ng the customary way of referring to what is more formally defined as "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland". That usage does not imply
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  • ...ates. A rich slave state based on cotton, it was inspired by the brilliant states' rights theorist [[John C. Calhoun]]; it took the lead in forming the Conf ...ith major battles, forced the British out in 1781. The cotton gin made the state a major center of cotton plantations, enabling a rich elite centered in Cha
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  • ...Court case ''[[Gitlow v. New York]]'', incorporates its provisions to the state and local level. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of spee
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  • ...ic Judaism believes itself to be the legitimate successor to the Israelite Religion of the Hebrew Bible. In addition, rabbinic Judaism may be distinguished fro ...tice today. Jewish history and doctrines have influenced other [[Abrahamic religion]]s such as [[Christianity]], [[Islam]], [[Samaritan]]ism and the [[Bahá'í
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  • In 1990, the [[United Nations General Assembly]] proposed a Model Treaty on Extradition, which | author = United Nations General Assembly}}</ref>
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  • ...front during World War II''' covers all the developments inside the United States, 1940-1945. For comparisons with other nations see [[World War II, Homefro ===Munitions===
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  • ...that had abandoned previous examinations of economics in terms of ethics, religion and politics. Preoccupation with those threads was overshadowed in the twe ...Markets." Later paraphrased as "supply creates its own demand," Say's law stated that, although there could be an imbalance between the supply and the dema
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  • ...that had abandoned previous examinations of economics in terms of ethics, religion and politics. Preoccupation with those threads was overshadowed in the twe ...Markets." Later paraphrased as "supply creates its own demand," Say's law stated that, although there could be an imbalance between the supply and the dema
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