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Carter v. Carter Coal Co. (Excerpt for Con Law) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... states, only such portions as it was thought wise to confer upon the federal government; and in order that there should be no uncertainty in respect of what was taken and what was left, the national powers of legislation were ...

All The King's Men- Chapter 1 - Robert Penn Warren

... paper said so. Now?" Mr. Duffy was going right on talking to the back of the Boss's head. The Boss hadn't paid any mind, it seemed. "Now, it would appear to me," Mr. Duffy said, and cleared his pipes again ...

State of the Union 1880 - Rutherford B. Hayes

... been engaged in depriving citizens of the rights guaranteed to them by the Constitution.    It is not, however, to be forgotten that the best and surest guaranty of the primary rights of citizenship is to be found in that capacity ...

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You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows - Weather Underground

... response to the civil rights movement revealed the depth of racism in America, as well as the impossibility of real change through American institutions. And the war against Vietnam is not "the heroic war against the Nazis"; it's the big ...

O'Reilly v. Morse - The Supreme Court of the United States

... stead of each respectively. And, These are the patents upon which the exclusive right to the employment of the telegraph now before us is claimed by the complainant. But, It is necessary to a fair and intelligible statement and discussion of ...

Shaffer v. Heitner - The Supreme Court of the United States

... between resident debtors and creditors on the issue of who has the right to retain it. On the contrary, as here employed, `sequestration' is a process used to compel the personal appearance of a nonresident defendant to answer and defend a suit brought ...

State of the Union 1898 - William McKinley

... the nation's heart profoundly. It is a striking evidence of the poise and sturdy good sense distinguishing our national character that this shocking blow, falling upon a generous people already deeply touched by preceding events in Cuba, did not move them to ...

State of the Union 1881 - Chester A. Arthur

... our consent affect our rights, and this Government has accordingly thought proper to make its views known to the parties to the agreement, as well as to intimate them to the Belgian and Spanish Governments.      The questions growing out of ...

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Ex Parte Milligan - The Supreme Court of the United States

... jury, was the only sure way of protecting the citizen against oppression and wrong. Knowing this, they limited the suspension to one great right, and left the rest to remain forever inviolable. But, it is insisted that the safety of ...

Ex Parte Quirin - The Supreme Court of the United States

... continuance of certain incidents of trial by jury which Article III, § 2 had left unmentioned, did not enlarge the right to jury trial as it had been established by that Article. Callan v. Wilson, 127 U.S. 540, 549. Hence petty offenses triable ...

Le Roy v. Tatham - The Supreme Court of the United States

... a hydraulic press was applied to the head of the piston, which, moving against the body of solid lead in the cylinder, drove it through the die, the long core advancing with the piston and with the body of lead through ...

Metaphysics (Book 7) - Aristotle

... will be as many differentiae as there are cuts. Therefore it is plain that the definition is the formula which contains the differentiae, or, according to the right method, the last of these. This would be evident, if we were ...

Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... its virtue, render the body the best possible. The intelligent have a right over the ignorant, namely, the right of instructing them. The right punishment of one out of tune, is to make him play in tune; the fine which the ...

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Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... do with all that?" Montag sat on the cold fender of the Dragon, moving his head half an inch to the left, half an inch to the right, left, right, left right, left .... "She saw everything. She didn't do anything ...

State of the Union 1900 - William McKinley

... other shall suffer no diminution of the rights and privileges they have hitherto enjoyed. But however necessary such an expedient may have been to tide over the grave emergencies of the situation, it is at best but an unsatisfactory makeshift ...

In Memoriam A.H.H. (Full) - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... , That seem'd to touch it into leaf: The voice was not the voice of grief, The words were hard to understand. LXX I cannot see the features right, When on the gloom I strive to paint The face I know; the hues are ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol II (Chap. 1) - Herodotus

... honor:" now it was in the reign of this very Laodamas the son of Eteocles that the Cadmeians were driven out by the Argives and turned to go to the Enchelians; and the Gephyraians being then left behind were afterwards ...

State of the Union 1852 - Millard Fillmore

... of enterprise, and while it exacts obedience to the laws and restrains all unauthorized invasions of the rights of neighboring states, it should foster and protect home industry and lend its powerful strength to the improvement of such means of ...

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The Six Enneads - 1 - Plotinus

... we to suppose that, when the man originates the desire, the Desiring-Faculty moves to the order? How could the Man have come to desire at all unless through a prior activity in the Desiring-Faculty? Then it is the Desiring ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 1) - Martin Luther

... weeping child itself they soothe. The right spirit in Paul supplies him with an extraordinary facility in handling the afflicted consciences of the fallen. The Pope and his bishops, inspired by the desire to lord it over men's souls, crack ...

The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling

... Roberts's Army. We'll have to turn off to the right at Jagdallak through Laghmann territory. Then we get among the hills?fourteen thousand feet?fifteen thousand?it will be cold work there, but it don't look very far on ...

Gibbons v. Ogden - The Supreme Court of the United States

... subject to a considerable extent, and the adoption of its system by Congress, and the application of it to the whole subject of commerce, does not seem to the Court to imply a right in the States so to apply it of ...

Hanson v. Denckla - The Supreme Court of the United States

... where the problem presented to the court was to adjudicate, inter alia, the status of the securities incorporated in the trust estate and the rights of the non-resident therein. It is entirely consistent with the Henderson case to hold ...

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Rituals and Power - SRF Price

... a different aspect to the whole world, which blithely would have embraced its own destruction if Caesar had not been born for the common benefit of all. Therefore people would be right to consider this to have been the beginning of ...

State of the Union 1897 - William McKinley

... parliament receives the oath of the Governor-General to preserve faithfully the liberties and privileges of the colony, and to it the colonial secretaries are responsible. It has the right to propose to the central Government, through the Governor-General ...

El Mariachi screenplay - Robert Rodriguez

... Bartender picks up the bottle of soda pop Mariachis left behind and offers it to the other men on the table. They say no, pay, and leave. The Bartender offers it to the MEAN DUDES at the table. They all ...

The Six Enneads - 4 - Plotinus

... is near to the image [the thing in the world of copy] to which its individual constitution inclines it; there is therefore no need of a sender or leader acting at the right moment to bring it at the right moment ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 4.1) - Thucydides

... to the continent, and is the Charybdis through which the story makes Ulysses sail; and the narrowness of the passage and the strength of the current that pours in from the vast Tyrrhenian and Sicilian mains, have rightly given it ...

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Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... passage. "No sooner had we fairly entered it than I became aware it was much narrower than I had supposed. To the left of us there was the long uninterrupted shoal, and to the right a high, steep bank heavily overgrown with bushes ...

State of the Union 1866 - President Andrew Johnson

... to the center, but leaving each to move unobstructed in its proper constitutional orbit." These are the teachings of men whose deeds and services have made them illustrious, and who, long since withdrawn from the scenes of life, have left ...

State of the Union 1867 - President Andrew Johnson

... work great injury to the public interests. The danger to the public service comes not from the power to remove, but from the power to appoint. Therefore it was that the framers of the Constitution left the power of removal ...

The Religions of South Vietnam in Faith and Fact - Buddhism in Vietnam - US Department of the Navy, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Chaplains Division

... Tibetan Phags-Pa had introduced Lamaism (Mantrayana) from Tibet into the Chinese court. From there it quickly moved to Vietnam and added to the ever increasing adulteration of Buddhism. The funeral processions and mourning rites of ethnic Vietnamese are a reflection ...

E.M. Forster's “The Machine Stops” - Migliacc

... from it." "Beneath us, in the open air, stood a city that was once called Simla." "Have you ever heard of the Mongols and of the Brisbane school?" "No." "Brisbane also stood in the open air." "Those mountains to the right ...

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Chapter 12: The Empire and the People - Howard Zinn

... Amendment gave the United States "the right to intervene for the preservation of Cuban independence, the maintenance of a government adequate for the protection of life, property, and individual liberty. . . . " It also provided for the United States to get coaling or ...

Schlup v. Delo - The Supreme Court of the United States

... . That resulted in multiple lacerations to his right hand. Before leaving the prison floor, O'Neal paused briefly at a utilities sink on Walk 2 to try to wash off the blood, and then continued on to the dining room. O'Neal was followed ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 6.3) - Thucydides

... the Athenians were victorious, the right wing of the Syracusans flying to the town and the left to the river. The three hundred picked Athenians, wishing to cut off their passage, pressed on at a run to the bridge, when the ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.7) - Joseph Conrad

... . I have seen him since; but it was only a senile body, lying on its back, covered to the chin, with open eyes, and so still that you might have said it was breathing no longer. I left him thus, with Antonia kneeling ...

Place-Names: The Name (Chapter 4) - Marcel Proust

... drag my legs along    "I'm not surprised;" said Françoise, "it's not the right weather for the time of year; it's much too warm. Oh dear, oh dear, to think of all the poor sick people there must be everywhere; you would ...

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The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter 1.6: ”On the Jewish Question”) - Robert C. Tucker

... to practise the religion to which he adheres."    The Declaration of the Rights of Man, etc. 1793, enumerates among the rights of man (Article 7 ) : "The liberty of religious observance." Moreover, it is even stated, with respect to the right to ...

McCullen v. Coakley - The Supreme Court of the United States

... petitioners' speech. As the Court of Appeals saw it, the Constitution does not accord ?special protection? to close conversations or ?handbilling.? 571 F.3d, at 180. But while the First Amendment does not guarantee a speaker the right to any particular form ...

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