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  • ...[Bill Clinton]], setting U.S. policy for [[counterterrorism]].<ref name=PDD39>{{citation | title = Presidential Decision Directive 39: U.S. Policy on Counterterrorism
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  • ...rations, sometimes during overt war, and, perhaps better known at present, directed against non-national threats. There has also been [[extraordinary renditi ...facility where the U.S. has the sole authority. Posner observed that this decision, as opposed to [[Hamdi v. Rumsfeld]], was based on the federal habeas co
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  • {{r|Director, National Security Agency}} {{r|Presidential Decision Directive 39}}
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  • {{r|Director of National Intelligence}} {{r|Presidential Decision Directive 39}}
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  • ...blisher = Penguin | year = 2004}}, p. 387</ref> [[Robert Gates]] rose to [[Director of Central Intelligence]] and [[Secretary of Defense]] from a career in t *Presidential involvement, especially personal approval of U.S. cyber attacks on politi
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  • ...lectoral College system is highly controversial, especially since the 2000 presidential election. Various reforms have been proposed but none has been approved b ...Committee of the Whole on June 1 and 2. On June 1, one delegate suggested direct election by the people, pointing out that this mode of selection was alread
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  • ...ocratic Party]] ticket of presidential candidate [[Barack Obama]] and vice-presidential candidate [[Joe Biden]] defeated the [[U.S. Republican Party|Republican P ...McCain]] of [[Arizona]], with [[Alaska]] Governor [[Sarah Palin]] as vice-presidential pick. Both parties officially named their tickets at their national conve
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  • ...check that all governmental actions comply with Islamic principles. These decisions must come from clerics, under the principles of ''[[wilayat al-faqih]]' ...ni]] in the same period. The Safavids created an infrastructure that both directly funded the ulama and allowed them to collect tithes, building a strong so
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  • ...oEu&sig=fJo2z-pvsV2UzadrIWr8nUFvB50&hl=en#PPA39,M1 CWIHP #6-7 win 1995/6 p 39]</ref> ...the advice and insisted his delegate not take part in the Security Council decision. "We are not ready to fight," Stalin exclaimed, according to the memoir
    60 KB (9,548 words) - 13:51, 25 September 2013
  • ...that faith. Truman himself became Roosevelt's choice as a compromise vice presidential candidate, and the two were elected. The decision to drop the atomic bomb has been the focus of one of the most heated deb
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  • ...or delegate counts. Larry M. Bartels, C. Anthony Broh, "A Review: The 1988 Presidential Primaries," ''The Public Opinion Quarterly,'' Vol. 53, No. 4 (Winter, 198 ...mocratic Party]] in the [[2008 United States presidential election‎|2008 presidential election]], defeating Senator [[Hillary Clinton]] in the longest primary
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  • ...battle in South Carolina on Jan. 26, Obama, with strong black support, won decisively. Clinton remains ahead in nationwide polls and in most states on Tsuna ...as become a habit, and one of the things that we're gonna have to do is to directly confront Bill Clinton when he's making statements that are not factually
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  • ...he new Federalist party."<ref> Chambers, ''Parties in a New Nation,'' pp. 39-40 </ref> ...is two top cabinet members. He was re-elected without opposition in [[U.S. presidential election, 1792|1792]]. The Democratic-Republicans nominated New York's Go
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  • ...on at a relatively early age and may have suffered his first stroke at age 39. He cycled regularly, including several cycling vacations in the [[Lake Di ...to stand by the ticket. Wilson cast his ballot for [[John M. Palmer]], the presidential candidate of the [[Gold Democrats]], a short-lived party that supported a
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  • Reconstruction came in three phases. '''Presidential Reconstruction, 1863-66''', was controlled by Presidents [[Abraham Lincol The House elections of 1866 decisively changed the balance of power, giving the Radicals control of Congress
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