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Roe v. Wade: The Power of a Law Review

There were plenty of articles leading up to Roe versus Wade proposing ways to make abortion a constitutional right. There was a law professor named Roy Lucas at the University of Alabama Law School. He published an article in the, uh, North Carolina Law Review that advocated and sought judicial intervention with respect to the […]

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History of the Indian Republic Day
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History of the Indian Republic Day

Today 26th January 2020, is Republic Day. Today on 26th January 1950, the Indian Constitution was adopted. Because of the Indian Constitution, citizens now have the power to elect their leaders such as President, Prime minister, etc. India was no longer being ruled by the British Queen and was completely independent. So how was the […]

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Liberty County deputy injured in west Houston crash

INTO SUV CRUISER AND ARRESTED. REPORTING LIVE IN NORTH HOUSTON, REPORTING LIVE IN NORTH HOUSTON, VINCENT CRIVELLI. VINCENT CRIVELLI. >>Taniya: MORE BREAKING NEWS.>>Taniya: MORE BREAKING NEWS. A LIBERTY COUNTY DEPUTY INVOLVED A LIBERTY COUNTY DEPUTY INVOLVED IN A MAJOR ACCIDENT RIGHT ON THE IN A MAJOR ACCIDENT RIGHT ON THE KATY FREEWAY. KATY FREEWAY. >>Owen: […]

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Parliament: Westminster Hall in 1099
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Parliament: Westminster Hall in 1099

>>Voiceover: Westminster Hall was built by William Rufus in the 1090s. This famous hall has served different purposes over the centuries, and the King’s High Table, set at the southern end on a raised dais, was the focal point. It was where kings and queens were crowned, where they hosted grand feasts, and, over time, […]

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penn’s treaty moment in history 048
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penn’s treaty moment in history 048

Penn’s treating instead of a debt owed to his father Charles the second gave William Penn a grant of land in the New World in 1682 young Quaker fired with the idea of government toll and religious freedom sailed up the quiet waters of the Delaware to take possession of his grant the name Pennsylvania […]

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Ken Burns Argues How One Vote Can Change History
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Ken Burns Argues How One Vote Can Change History

This is the Tennessee House chamber on August 18, 1920. The room is full of roses, yellow worn by those supporting women’s suffrage and red by those against. It’s tense. All eyes are on the clerk as he counts the votes. After decades of tireless campaigning and 144 years after Thomas Jefferson declared all white, […]

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Heinz Fischer – Austrian State Treaty
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Heinz Fischer – Austrian State Treaty

I also remember very well and it was John Foster Dulles, who was representing the United States at this occation. The picture of the state treaty is in the Foreign Office, a copy, but even in the presidential office, we in the presidential office have the tables were this treaty was signed, so we have […]

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