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  • ...Department's Intelligence Division until the close of <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span> in 1945.</p> ...tes through state political conventions and the cooperation of local party leaders.</p>
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  • ...fantry. At the end of the war, he returned home with a broader view of the world and a strong determination to resume his education. He entered Philadelphia ...known political influence, including police officers and firefighters, and leaders of their unions. While building his practice, McGranery made two more faile
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  • ...pensation|workers' compensation]]</span> fund. During <span>[[World War Ii|World War II]]</span>, he continued to serve as governor while chairing the Rhode McGrath's work was noticed by national Democratic leaders including President <span>[[Franklin D. Roosevelt|Franklin D. Roosevelt]]</
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  • ...from <span>[[World War I|World War I]]</span> through <span>[[World War Ii|World War II]]</span>, the <span>[[Korean War|Korean War]]</span>, and the <span> ...his constantly evolving body of law, certain conduct is proscribed because world opinion forbids it. In ''Ex parte Quirin'', 317 U.S. 1, 63 S. Ct. 2, 87 L.
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  • ...eady using that term to designate their organized volunteer companies. The leaders of the National Guard Association insisted that their units were an integra ...ich still operated under the Uniform Militia Act of 1792. Root worked with leaders from the NGA to create a <span>[[Reorganization Plan|reorganization plan]]<
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  • ...led 120 settlers traveling through the territory in September 1857. Mormon leaders feared that the attack, known as the Mountain Meadows Massacre, would lead ...ric A., ed. 2001. <i>Mormons and Mormonism: An Introduction to an American World Religion.</i> Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Press.</p>
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  • ...ussolini was driven from government before the end of <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span>. ... socialist newspaper, with headquarters in Milan. When <span>[[World War I|World War I]]</span> broke out in August 1914, Mussolini proved unwilling to toe
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  • ...gton|Booker T. Washington]]</span> were the two principal African American leaders of the day. Du Bois had led the Niagara Movement, an African American prote ...0 youth councils and college chapters) in the United States and around the world. The organization continues to struggle with the need to increase member-sh
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  • ...proximately six thousand years ago, and that the devil race would rule the world for the next six thousand years.</p> ...nced black separatism and the origins of Black Muslims and established the World Community of Al-Islam in the West, later called the American Muslim Mission
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  • ...RadioWeek</i> and <i>TV Today</i>. The NAB annual spring convention is the world's largest showcase for broadcast, postproduction multimedia and <span>[[Tel ...try and the public, and seeks to train, with an emphasis on diversity, new leaders in the broadcasting field.</p>
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  • ...s events of the years leading to his nomination. After <span>[[World War I|World War I]]</span>, the people of the United States experienced unprecedented p ...y troops with bayonets and tear gas to disband the Bonus Army—a group of World War I veterans who had come to Washington, D.C., to seek early payment of a
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  • ...the South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command during <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span>.</p> <p>In 1952 Republicans chose World War II hero General <span>[[Dwight D. Eisenhower|Dwight D. Eisenhower]]</sp
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  • ... troops had been stationed in Europe since the end of <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span>,</p> ...is situation, questions persist about the need for NATO in a post-Cold-War world, with critics calling for Europe to shoulder more of its own defense burden
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  • ...on fossil fuels. At the end of <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span>, leaders called for the peaceful use of nuclear energy. ...d to Western Europe, causing the deaths of more than 30 people. People the world over questioned the logic of using such a volatile energy source.
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  • ..., and financiers for crimes they had committed during <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span>.</p> <p>World War II began in 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. Over the next few years,
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  • ...reas. It became popularized as the official religion of entire states, the leaders of which sought to retain both Christianity and a stronghold on power. In t ...eing imprisoned by the thousands, and they began to seek refuge in the New World.</p>
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  • In 1917, after the United States entered <span>[[World War I|World War I]]</span>, Wilson appointed Palmer custodian of alien property. Palmer ...United States. The Communist movement advocated world revolution, and U.S. leaders suspected that left-wing radicals, who were primarily aliens, were plotting
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  • ...th over 750,000 members and supporters in the United States and around the world, the organization has an annual budget of approximately $14 million, almost ...ertises PETA as the "largest and boldest animal rights organization in the world."</p>
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  • ...><p>In the long battle for <span>[[Civil Rights|civil rights]]</span>, few leaders have had as an important a role as Ralph David Abernathy. From the late 195 ...duating from Linden Academy, he served in the army in <span>[[World War Ii|world war ii]]</span>. He was ordained as a Baptist minister in 1948. He earned a
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  • ...t for American war efforts, or to otherwise bring the U.S. government, its leaders, or its symbols into disrepute. ...ond Sedition Act in U.S. history. In April 1917, the United States entered World War I when Congress declared war against Germany and its allies. A month la
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