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Rape is committed overwhelmingly by men and boys, usually against women and girls, and sometimes against other men and boys. For the most part, this entry will assume male perpetrators and female victims. Virtually all feminists agree that rape is a grave wrong, one too often ignored, mischaracterized, and legitimized.

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In March, President Trump visited the Hermitage, a former slave plantation in Tennessee once owned by Andrew Jackson, to pay homage to his 19th century predecessor. But even more revealing than their similarities was how Trump viewed his predecessor's place in American history. In an interview a month after the trip, he alleged that Jackson, who died incould have prevented the Civil War:.

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A new study showing that sugar is definitely "toxic" confirms decades of belief that sugar is not exactly good for you. As TIME pointed out back inwhen a wartime sugar ration commenced, dentists and doctors were well aware that sugar could be harmful—and that it wasn't necessary in the first place. But a reader of a magazine like TIME in the s and early '70s might be forgiven for thinking otherwise.

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Fred Korematsu, an American citizen of Japanese descent, refused to go, and his case went before the Supreme Court. They called themselves the Issei, the first Japanese immigrant generation. The Issei met a lot of official racial discrimination.

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All the Laws but One is narrative history of a high order, each episode fixed carefully in its historical context, and not excluding deft characterizations of its principals. A highly original account of the proper role of the Supreme Court, a role that makes most sense in times of war, but that has its attractions whenever the Court is embroiled in great social controversies. Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States, provides an insightful and fascinating account of the history of civil liberties during wartime and illuminates the cases where presidents have suspended the law in the name of national security.

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Rehnquist acknowledges and criticizes the excesses of civil liberties violations in wartime--during World War I, for example, editorial cartoonists critical of the government were prosecuted for sedition. But he defends the need to curtail some liberties in emergency situations--including, surprisingly, some instances of the evacuation and relocation of Japanese Americans that took place during World War II. Rehnquist's style can be disjointed at times--as when cursory biographical information of key players seems to have been tacked on to fill out the otherwise slim volume--but the historical analysis of martial law and other Civil War controversies, which comprises the overwhelming majority of the book, remains fascinating.

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Bibliography Below The fact that slavery was unconstitutional was widely known. A number of law suits had been won against slavery. Abolitionists called attention to these precedents far and wide.

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Given the likelihood of devastation and mass loss of life in war, it takes a powerful illustration to convince people to support a war effort. Many sought to push men to enlist, encourage women to volunteer, and convince everyone on the home front to make financial contributions. In order to accomplish those goals, these posters appeal to just about everything, including honor, mercy, and "gold and glory":.

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