Brutus v. Publius: The Fight Over the Judiciary
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Brutus v. Publius: The Fight Over the Judiciary

By 1787, a crisis seemed on the horizon. The existing government of the Union was not working well. The Articles of Confederation was an alliance between pre-existing states. The Articles relied on one state, one vote, one branch of government, which meant it wasn’t really a government. Both the advocates of the Constitution and their […]

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The Longest Year in Human History (46 B.C.E.)

In the summer of the year 46 B.C.E., Julius Caesar returned to the city of Rome as a victorious general. All of his military opposition had been squashed, and all of his enemies, save for Labienus and a couple of Pompey’s sons, had either been killed or forced into submission. This precise moment, when Caesar […]

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