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|Section 5 prohibits States with documented histories of racial discrimination in |
voting from changing election practices and processes without first .... President
Eisenhower said, "The future of the Republic is in the hands of the American
|Eisenhower, Dwight D. The future of this republic is in the hands of the American |
voter. - Eisenhower, Dwight D. The most terrible job in warfare is to be a second
lieutenant leading a platoon when you are on the battlefield. - Eisenhower ...
|Speculation on the Future, If Any, of the Third U.S.A. Gerald White Johnson ... |
men who had a hand in shaping the Constitution stood, as a group, appreciably
above the average of the voting population. In the estimation of later generations
any group of Americans that included Washington, Franklin, Hamilton, Madison, ...
|fenders of democracy; Federalists were superb democratic politicians, imbued |
with a sense of America's future ... Because voters and convention delegates
held the future of America in their hands, we cannot know enough about them.
|... by virtue of the will of the entire American population in order to secure the |
economic futures of our children, grandchildren all future generations. WE
formally declare the old US federal republic to be dead. ... paper ballots and far-
away representatives with equal and instant popular voting in order to accelerate
and update the American electoral process. ... WE are now charging that so much
wealth has been concentrated into the hands of so few people here in the US that
our entire ...
|mary voters to participate directly in choosing candidates is a fundamental aspect |
of popular sovereignty. ... On the one hand, the majority was absolutely right to
see open primary laws ... to know the chances that one or both of the major
parties will be the springboard for extremist candidacies within the foreseeable
|A History of the American People David Edwin Harrell, Edwin S. Gaustad ... Black |
men came in droves because they wanted to hear debates first-hand and decide
for themselves the future of their ... their pulpits to Republican appeals, and
church picnics, classes, and club meetings often were converted into voter drives.
|The Recovery of Religious Themes in the Early American Republic James H. |
Hutson ... to deter men from atrocious crimes, which they may otherwise commit
in secret, has long been hackneyed in the hands of men in power.""1 Men in
power in the new republican state governments wrote the future state doctrine
into several of the first state constitutions, their purpose being to secure virtuous
|The American Militia in Antebellum West Mary Ellen Rowe ... U.S. troops at the |
hands of Indians, Kentuckians drew their own conclusions: Regular soldiers and
eastern politicians knew nothing about ... their communities — whether or not
they met the legal property qualifications for voting — should decide Kentucky's