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Political history is the history of: political events, politicians, political bodies, political movements and anything else related to politics. Questions on topic will be related to the significance, evolution, or veracity of things of historical consequence related to politics.

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At the time Burr was one of the best known political leaders in the country and liked across a spectrum of political tastes at the higher levels of society. Jefferson was more of populist with the sup …
answered Dec 18 '14 by Tyler Durden
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The Federal Republic of Central America was not a stable country because the area it contained was very difficult to rule in a unified way. This was for several reasons: The inhabitants spoke differ …
answered May 14 '14 by Tyler Durden
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The structure of post-war Germany was defined by the Allied governments and leaders, not by the Germans. Half of Wurtemberg was in the French zone, the other half in the US zone. This is what Stuttgar …
answered Apr 21 '15 by Tyler Durden
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It is the responsibility of a court to determine what the meaning of a law is, in other words to interpret the law. It follows from this that if laws are inconsistent or incompatible then the court ma …
answered Jul 3 '14 by Tyler Durden
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It was in the reign of Caligula (37–41), the successor to Tiberius. Whereas previous emperors had been honored as gods after they died, Caligula insisted everyone worship him as a living god. Other e …
answered Oct 2 '14 by Tyler Durden
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You are conflating immigrants from different time periods. The North American colonies were established over a period of 150 years from approximately 1620 to 1770. During that time many different kind …
answered Oct 13 '14 by Tyler Durden
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For the most part they borrowed the money. A lot of the money was borrowed from France and Holland who were both eager to make trouble for the British. For example, in June of 1787 John Adams borrowed …
answered Jun 9 '15 by Tyler Durden
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To answer your question: of course there were "legal" mechanisms to do anything. The President could have dismissed Hitler at any time. The Reichstag could have passed laws to do anything they wanted, …
answered Feb 20 '15 by Tyler Durden
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I think you are taking this "order" way too seriously from a legal point of view. For one thing, the "amnesty proclamation" was an order from the President, not a law. The main impact was on property …
answered Dec 22 '15 by Tyler Durden
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I know 3 of them (not including Kennedy that you have already identified): TK is Senator Thomas Kuchel.
answered Feb 16 '16 by Tyler Durden
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He was captured and held over for trial in 1865 but eventually was released when full amnesty was declared by Johnson in 1868. The wording of the amnesty proclamation gives Johnson's reasons and ratio …
answered Dec 22 '15 by Tyler Durden
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Before and during the war Germany was officially what was known as the "German Confederation", a republic of many different independent states. The loss of the war completely destroyed the confederati …
answered May 2 '16 by Tyler Durden
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Zinn's book is not so much a history as a collection of essays in chronological order. His book projects a modern left-wing view of events which often veers into distorted depictions that the origina …
answered Mar 12 '15 by Tyler Durden
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The Peoples Republic of China was not originally on the security council, as it did not exist in 1945 at the time the security council was created. The Peoples Republic of China inherited the Republic …
answered Aug 2 '14 by Tyler Durden
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The following paper is a pretty detailed treatment: Liberties and Customs of the Port of London Note that the spiritual precursor to the Magna Carta was the Charter of Liberties issued by Henry. An …
answered Nov 21 '14 by Tyler Durden

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