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20th Amendment

The 20th amendment is a simple amendment that sets the dates at which federal (United States) government elected offices end.  In also defines who succeeds the president if the president
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World Trade Center Bombing

The World Trade Center Bombing: The BackgroundOn February 26th of 1993, a truck bomb was set-off underneath the North Tower of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. This attack
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Worcester v. Georgia

Worcester v. Georgia: The BackgroundWorcester v. Georgia deals with Georgia state laws that were passed in the middle of the 1800s. These laws were passed following an agreement reached between
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Miller v. California

Miller v. California: The BackgroundThe case of Miller v. California involved a man named Marvin Miller, who was a part owner of a business that was considered to be lewd
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George Washington

George Washington was the very first President of the United States of America. He served two terms as President between
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James Madison

Our Founding Fathers: James MadisonJames Madison’s Early LifeJames Madison, Jr. was born on March 16, 1751, near Port Conway, Virginia
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John Adams

Founding Father: John AdamsJohn Adams was the first Second President and the first Vice President of the United States. His
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John Hancock

Founding Father: John HancockJohn Hancock’s Early LifeJohn Hancock was born on January 12, 1737 to a very wealthy family in
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John Witherspoon

John WitherspoonJohn Witherspoon was born near Edinburgh, Scotland on February 5, 1723 into a ministerial family. He went to the
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20% of HIV-Infected Youth were Unaware of Status

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), 20 percent of youth who were infected with HIV since they were born were unaware they were infected when they first become
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