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  • '''John Gilmore''' is probably best known as an activist for freedom of speech on the net, ...NU Emacs]] and other programs to the Sun environment. His time at Sun made John a millionaire, leaving him free to pursue other interests.
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  • ** [[John C. Calhoun]], ''[[Democratic Party (United States)| Democratic]]'' of [[Sou *3: [[John McKinley]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])''
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  • ...edition of Wired were prominent cypherpunks Tim May, Eric Hughes and John Gilmore. [[John Gilmore]] summarized cypherpunk's concerns in a speech at the first [[Association
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  • ...edition of Wired were prominent cypherpunks Tim May, Eric Hughes and John Gilmore. [[John Gilmore]] summarized cypherpunk's concerns in a speech at the first [[Association
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  • ** [[John C. Calhoun]], ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]'' of [[Sout *2: [[John M. Clayton]] ''([[National Republican Party (United States)|NR]])''
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  • '''John Gilmore''' is probably best known as an activist for freedom of speech on the net, ...NU Emacs]] and other programs to the Sun environment. His time at Sun made John a millionaire, leaving him free to pursue other interests.
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  • I think the only important changes were adding the large Gilmore quote in the "cypherpunk issues" section and adding people, notably Julian The added early statement by John Gilmore is a good illustration and documents the attitude of the movement.
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  • {{r|John Gilmore}}
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  • *''Swan Song'' (1992 film): A 1992 short film, starring John Gielgud and Richard Briers, and directed by Kenneth Branagh. *''Swan Song'' (John Galsworthy novel): A 1928 novel by John Galsworthy.
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  • ...Bellovin]], [[Josh Benaloh]], [[Matt Blaze]], [[Whitfield Diffie]], [[John Gilmore]], [[Peter G. Neumann]], [[Ron Rivest|Ronald L. Rivest]], [[Jeffrey I. Sch
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  • ...e Wozniak]], early [[Sun Microsystems]] employee and [[cypherpunk]] [[John Gilmore]], and others in response to US Secret Service raids on Steve Jackson Game ...John Perry Barlow's "Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace".<ref> John Perry Barlow (1996) ''[http://homes.eff.org/~barlow/Declaration-Final.html
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  • ...ader was activist and [[Electronic Frontier Foundation]] co-founder [[John Gilmore]]. The technical lead for most of the project was Canadian Unix guru [[Hen | author = John S. Denker, Steven M. Bellovin, Hugh Daniel, Nancy L. Mintz, Tom Killian & M
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  • ...am Strachey]], [[John Hammond]], [[Daniel Coxe]], [[Gabriel Thomas]] and [[John Lawson]]. ...es were frequent literary topics during the early years of colonization. [[John Winthrop]]'s diary treated the religious foundations of the [[Massachusetts
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  • *1: [[John B. Weller]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[John M. Berrien|John Mcpherson Berrien]] ''([[Whig Party (United States)|W]])''
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  • *1: [[John C. Frémont]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *1: [[John Wales]] ''([[Whig Party (United States)|W]])''
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  • * Dailey, Jane, Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore, and Bryant Simon, eds. ''Jumpin' Jim Crow: Southern Politics from Civil W * Egerton, John. ''Speak Now Against the Day: The Generation Before the Civil Rights Movem
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  • Leader: [[John Gormley]] Leader: [[Eamon Gilmore]]
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  • * Morland John Kenneth. ''Millways of Kent.'' UNC 1958. * Gilmore; Glenda Elizabeth. ''Gender and Jim Crow: Women and the Politics of White
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  • * Buenker, John D., John C. Burnham, and Robert M. Crunden. ''Progressivism'' (1986) short overview * Buenker, John D. and Joseph Buenker, Eds. ''Encyclopedia of the Gilded Age and Progressiv
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  • ...ww.questia.com/library/book/the-antietam-campaign-august-september-1862-by-john-cannan.jsp online edition] ...://www.questia.com/library/book/the-spotsylvania-campaign-may-7-21-1864-by-john-cannan.jsp online edition]
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  • * Franklin, John Hope, and Alfred Moss, ''From Slavery to Freedom. A History of African Amer ** Franklin, John Hope, and August Meier, eds. ''Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century.'' (1
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