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  • American Constitutionalism (1991), by Marshall L. DeRosa, Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, p. 66. By [the Articles of Confederation], the
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  • American Constitutionalism (1991), by Marshall L. DeRosa, Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, p. 66. The South is now in the formation of a
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  • American Constitutionalism (1991), by Marshall L. DeRosa, Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, p. 66. Brought Mississippi into her present decision
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  • Address at the Truman Presidential Museum and Library, Independence, Missouri, USA (11 December 2006) No one can build his security upon the nobleness
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  • anthropologist and professor of anthropology at the University of Missouri in Columbia. The last bastions of resistance to evolutionary theory are organized
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  • Harry S. Truman (category People from Missouri)
    1958 I don’t give a damn about “The Missouri Waltz” but I can’t say it out loud because it’s the song of Missouri. It’s as bad as “The Star-Spangled Banner”
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  • Lyn, ed (2001). Miles Davis and American Culture. Missouri Historical Society Press Series. Missouri History Museum. p. 75. ISBN 9781883982386. , Paul
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  • over the door of the Boone County, Missouri, Court House. North Todd Gentry, The Bench and Bar of Boone County, Missouri, p. 81–82 (1916). Lawyers trying
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  • Rodham Clinton, Remarks to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Kansas City, Missouri, August 20, 2007. A shadow has fallen upon the scenes so lately lighted
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  • Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" Speech Fifty Years Later (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1999), which collects the papers from that occasion
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  • Ford, vol. 10, p. 157 (1899). Jefferson refers to the Missouri question, whether to admit Missouri as a slave state but prohibit slavery in the rest of
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  • children. Republican Party Platform of 1976 (18 August 1976), Kansas City, Missouri. Roadblocks must be removed that may prevent Americans from realizing
    286 KB (36,462 words) - 04:41, 9 February 2016
  • the public welfare. Writing for the court, Day-Brite Lighting, Inc. v. Missouri, 342 U.S. 421 (1952). We need to be bold and adventurous in our thinking
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  • Collected Works of Langston Hughes: The poems, 1921-1940, University of Missouri Press, 2001, p. 156 As men's prayers are a disease of the will, so are
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  • Michigan, Iowa, California, Minnesota, Oregon, Kansas, Ohio, Wisconsin, Missouri, and West Virginia, which forbid an entire class of their citizens to vote
    439 KB (57,178 words) - 02:53, 11 February 2016
  • victory. Second-guessing is not a strategy. Remarks by the President at Missouri Victory 2006 Rally (November 3, 2006) ...Hunt asked me the question one
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  • reached when Maine applied for statehood. The Missouri Compromise as it came to be known permitted Missouri to join the union as a slave state and Maine
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  • Socialism No. 3" (PDF). Barnhill-Tichenor Debate on Socialism. Saint Louis, Missouri: National Rip-Saw Publishing. pp. p. 34. Retrieved on 2008-10-16.  [Parsons]
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  • in this convention came from Kentucky to Illinois (instead of going to Missouri), not only to better their conditions, but also to get away from slavery
    462 KB (68,324 words) - 19:35, 11 February 2016
  • commercial and industrial rivalry. Speech at the Coliseum in St. Louis, Missouri, on the Peace Treaty and the League of Nations (5 September 1919), as published
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