The History of The Statue of Liberty
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The History of The Statue of Liberty

She’s a symbol for freedom, and one of the most recognized figures in the United States. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, And today, we’ll be learning more about the Satue of Liberty. We are the keepers of the flame of liberty. We hold it high tonight for the world to see. A beacon of hope. A light […]

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Constitutional Convention by Shmoop
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Constitutional Convention by Shmoop

Constitutional Convention, a la Shmoop. After winning the Revolutionary War, early Americans feared that the US could turn into a monarchy. That is, a country run by a big fat dictator called a king… …just like the one we had fought a war to free ourselves from. Our central government was very weak. People had […]

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Frame USA- How to Order Custom Frames Online
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Frame USA- How to Order Custom Frames Online

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October 2nd: Bill of Rights Ratification
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October 2nd: Bill of Rights Ratification

On Oct. 2, 1789, twelve articles went to the states for ratification. A contentious debate raged between the Federalists, who opposed the articles, and the Anti-Federalists who supported them. Ten of the articles were ratified by the necessary three-fourths of states by December of that year. These ten became what we now call the Bill […]

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The roots of America’s democracy problem
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The roots of America’s democracy problem

America has a democracy problem. Take a look at this chart. Over there on the left, that’s how many people each member of the US House represented in 1790. There’s now one representative for every 747 thousand Americans. That makes the US a crazy undemocratic outlier internationally. But it also makes us different than what […]

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