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  • ...Cook County Hospital, Washington was one of four children born to Roy Lee Washington, Sr. (1897-1953) and Bertha Jones (1898-1980). In 1952, Washington earned his law degree from [[Northwestern University]]. He then served as a
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  • ...In 1987 the teacher strike transformed educational problems into a crisis. Washington created the Parent Community Council from local groups and arranged for a s
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  • * Mayer, Harold M., and Richard C. Wade. ''Chicago: Growth of a Metropolis'' (1969) 510pp ...udy [http://www.questia.com/library/book/machine-politics-chicago-model-by-harold-f-gosnell.jsp online edition]
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  • ...Cook County Hospital, Washington was one of four children born to Roy Lee Washington, Sr. (1897-1953) and Bertha Jones (1898-1980). In 1952, Washington earned his law degree from [[Northwestern University]]. He then served as a
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  • | author =Harold Meyerson | journal = [[Washington Post]] | date = 23 December 2009
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  • ...t of the Cook County Board of Commissioners. In 1991, he became the Harold Washington Party's nominee for Mayor of Chicago. Although he lost, Pincham carried nin
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  • ...04), Pulitzer prize winner; study of 1776-77 [http://blog.oup.com/2006/02/washingtons_cro online excerpt] * Wrong, George M. ''Washington and His Comrades in Arms: A Chronicle of the War of Independence'' (1921) b
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  • - [[Harold Macmillan]] - - [[George Washington]] -
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  • | journal = Washington | url = http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/11/08/AR2009110818405_pf.html
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  • {{r|Harold Koh}} {{r|Stephen I. Vladeck}} Associate Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law; reporter, [[Constitution Project]]; (National Security Cour
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  • ...e Golden Age of the Great Passenger Airships Graf Zeppelin & Hindenburg''. Washington, D.C. and London: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1985. ISBN 1-56098-219-5.
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  • ...carried Michigan, Minnesota and South Dakota; in the West, California and Washington; in the South, he did not win any states. ..., according to the State Legislature history page. Some leaders, such as [[Harold Ickes]] of Chicago, supported Wilson in 1916. Many followed Roosevelt back
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  • ...ories, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. The first camp was at [[George Washington National Forest]] in Virginia. ...35, but always received equal pay and housing. Secretary of the Interior [[Harold Ickes]] pressured Director Fechner to appoint blacks to supervisory positio
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  • | publisher = [[National Security Archive, George Washington University]] | publisher = [[National Security Archive, George Washington University]]
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  • ...] (FERA), the [[Civil Works Administration]] (CWA). Hopkins feuded with [[Harold L. Ickes]], who ran a rival program the [[PWA]] which created jobs by hirin
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  • {{r|Harold Brown}} {{r|Theodore McCarrick}} Former Archbishop of Washington, DC; Counselor at the [[Center for Strategic and International Studies]]
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  • ...itle=Analysis - No, George Soros isn't paying Kavanaugh protesters|website=Washington Post|accessdate=October 6, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.busi ...epdaughter of the late 2005 [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Laureate]] [[Harold Pinter]]. Fraser and Soros separated in 2009.<ref name="SorosFraser">{{Cite
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  • | journal = The Washington Post | date = February 21, 2001 ...olated [[human rights]] or [[international law]], remains controversial. [[Harold Koh]], legal adviser to the [[U.S. Department of State]], said “The use o
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  • ...disappointed by the optimism of the American leaders, both in Vietnam and Washington, to have faith any longer in the silver linings they find in the darkest cl ...tion of favoritism. “It’s a little awkward,” said David Bohrman, the Washington bureau chief for CNN. The networks that employ the analysts “probably oug
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  • | journal = Washington Post | url = http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/02/07/AR2009020702076_pf.html}}</ref> J
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  • {{rpl|George Washington}} {{rpl|Harold Macmillan}}
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