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  • [[Image:P1_constitution.jpg|thumb|right|Page 1 of the United States Constitution]] ...n achieving its current form with the ratification of the [[Twenty-seventh Amendment]] on 5 May 1992.
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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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  • ...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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  • * [[Community journalism]] {{r|First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States}}
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  • ...of Representatives|House of Representatives]] with seats allocated to each state based on its population. ...ain's closure of the Port of Boston after the [[Boston Tea Party]]. This [[First Continental Congress]] issued a "Declaration of Rights and Grievances" and
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  • ...erican conservative]] activist and spouse of [[Supreme Court of the United States]] Associate Justice [[Clarence Thomas]]. She recently founded [[Liberty Ce ...t mean that an individual loses her [[First Amendment to the United States Constitution]] rights, but Justices traditionally recuse themselves from cases where
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  • ...'' was the 21st [[president of the United States|president]] of the United States. ...ican Civil War|Civil War]] he served as [[Quartermaster General]] of the [[State of New York]].
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  • ===The United States [[Declaration of Independence]] (1776)=== ...nal tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law." (article 8) and "Everyone is entitled in full equality to a
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  • ...stitutional reform in the [[United States]]. He has criticized excessive [[unitary executive|presidential power]]<ref name=tws10oct44>{{cite news | title = “Wartime Presidents and the Constitution: From Lincoln to Obama” -- speech by Sanford Levinson at Wayne Morse C
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  • ...laware]], and a member of the [[Federalist Party]], who served as [[United States Senate|U.S. Senator]] from Delaware and [[Delaware Superior Court|Chief Ju ...Society]]. They were members of Immanuel [[Episcopal Church in the United States of America|Episcopal Church]].
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  • ...t interprets the Establishment Clause of the [[First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution]] to mean that government must stay completely separate from religion. [ adherents that they are insiders, favored members of the political community.”<ref name=FAQ>{{citation
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  • ...ted to creating mechanisms that would ensure [[Republicanism in the United States]].<ref>Banning, 1995; Kernell, 2003; Riemer, 1954.</ref> ...homas Jefferson, the [[Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions]] that called for states to block federal laws.
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  • ...ry of Nebraska, or to affect the authority of the government of the United States make any regulations respecting such Indians, their lands, property, or ot ...said Territory, and reprieves for offences against the laws of the United States, until the decision of the President can be made known thereon; he shall c
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  • ...[[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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  • ...7th President of the United States, the 10th [[Chief Justice of the United States]], a leader of the conservative half of the [[Progressive Era|progressive] Taft served as [[Solicitor General of the United States]], a federal judge, [[Governor-General of the Philippines]], and Secretary
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  • ...tates''' involves those cases where the [[Executive Branch]] of the United States government has detained individuals without the authority of the judicial ...ed States had been enshrined process of due process in the [[United States Constitution]], due process was principally focused on citizens, or at least those th
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  • 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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  • In the post 9/11 United States, the [[George W. Bush]] Administration has put forth the argument that sec In this effort, the claim of "National Security" or "State Secret" has been used more than any other previous administration. A large
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  • ...s been used in Indian case law to limit [[Tribal sovereignty in the United States|tribal sovereignty]]. ...e language of the treaty.<ref name="Kappler1877">[ 1 Indian Affairs: Laws and Treatie
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  • ...they are of disputed government or boundaries, they may be called [[quasi-state]]s. ...ef>[ ''Charter of the United Nations'']</ref> in 1947 with the phrase:
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