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Happy Bill of Rights Day

As you all know, the Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the Constitution.  It was written because many founding fathers did not want to approve the Constitution without a bill of rights.   82 more words

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#CitizensRoute e-Tribune n°2: “Constitution and/or Democratisation?” Proceedings

On December 6th, the #CitizensRoute held its second e-tribune based on the following question: “Constitution and/or democratization?”. The question was asked to all participants and answered in particular by the representatives of 5 trans-European political visions : … 956 more words


#CitizensRoute e-Tribune n°2: “Constitution et/ou Démocratisation?” Compte-rendu

Le 6 décembre dernier, la #CitizensRoute a organisé sa 2ème e-Tribune basée sur le thème suivant: “Constitution et/ou Démocratisation?”. Cette question a donc été posée à l’ensemble des participants et plus particulièrement à 5 intervenants d’organisations possédant des visions politiques transeuropéennes : … 1,188 more words


Federalist Party

The Federalist Party was the first political party of the United States, its ideology  and political objectives revolved around a strong national government, an industrial urban economy, and improvement foreign relations with Great Britain. 44 more words

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November 19, 1794: Jay Treaty Signed

In retrospect it is difficult to see why the Jay Treaty was so controversial.  The US got the removal of various forts in the north and the northwest that the British had refused to relinquish, secured most favored nation status, and received the then enormous sum of eleven million dollars from the British for damage to American merchant shipping.  8,599 more words

POTUS: John Adams -- Washington's Successor

“I must study Politics and War that my sons may have liberty to study Mathematics and Philosophy”

-John Adams, letter to Abigail Adams, May 12, 1780

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POTUS: George Washington -- the Father of the Nation

“Still I hope I shall always possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain (what I consider the most enviable of all titles) the character of an honest man.”

-George Washington, August 28, 1788

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