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The Teachings of Muhammad During the early 7th century, a trader named Muhammad was meditating in a cave near Mecca in what is now Saudi Arabia, when he experienced a vision of the archangel Gabriel who declared Muhammad to be a prophet of God.

The Teachings of Muhammad During the early 7th century, a trader named Muhammad was meditating in a cave near Mecca in what is now Saudi Arabia, when he experienced a vision of the archangel Gabriel who declared Muhammad to be a prophet of God. Other revelations followed, and Muhammad began to preach to others, reciting in verse the instructions he...

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The Rights of Man Declaration With this declaration, the French National Assembly addressed many of the French people's grievances with the monarchy and established the ideals of the French Revolution.

The Rights of Man Declaration With this declaration, the French National Assembly addressed many of the French people's grievances with the monarchy and established the ideals of the French Revolution. It remains one of the most important documents in Western political history. Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen 1789 The representatives of the French people, organized as a National...

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Principal Provisions of the Magna Carta The Magna Carta was signed by King John of England in response to the complaints of his barons, and thus its emphasis is on the limits of royal authority and the proper relationship between king and subject.

Principal Provisions of the Magna Carta The Magna Carta was signed by King John of England in response to the complaints of his barons, and thus its emphasis is on the limits of royal authority and the proper relationship between king and subject. The reference to "scutage" here means all monetary obligations of a vassal to his lord. Slight variations...

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Luther's Ninety-Five Theses German theologian Martin Luther publicly condemned the practice of buying indulgences on October 31, 1517.

Luther's Ninety-Five Theses German theologian Martin Luther publicly condemned the practice of buying indulgences on October 31, 1517. His Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences, popularly called the Ninety-Five Theses, consisted of 95 propositions that established a theological basis for opposing indulgences. Luther's manifesto was widely distributed, causing a public controversy, and he was eventually excommunicated (denied the services...

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Louisiana Purchase Treaty In 1803 the United States purchased a vast interior region of North America from France for $15 million.

Louisiana Purchase Treaty In 1803 the United States purchased a vast interior region of North America from France for $15 million. This acquisition, called the Louisiana Purchase, extended U.S. territory from the Mississippi River westward to the Rocky Mountains. The first of the following three documents is the treaty of cession, in which France agreed to sell the province known as...

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Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (text of resolution) In August 1964 North Vietnamese boats fired on an American destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin.

Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (text of resolution) In August 1964 North Vietnamese boats fired on an American destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin. When two American ships reported a second attack, the United States Senate responded by authorizing increased military activity in the region. The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution marked a turning point in U.S. involvement in Vietnam, giving President Lyndon...

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From Scott v.

From Scott v. Sandford The Dred Scott case, formally known as Scott v. Sandford, was one of the most important cases in American history. In a 7 to 2 ruling in 1857, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that African Americans could not be considered citizens of the United States and therefore had no right to sue in...

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From Roe v.

From Roe v. Wade In 1970 an unmarried woman in Dallas, Texas, sought an abortion for an unwanted pregnancy. Challenging a Texas law that prohibited abortion unless the mother's health was at risk, Jane Roe (her pseudonym) claimed the state denied her right to privacy guaranteed by the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. The Supreme Court of the United States struck...

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From Plessy v.

From Plessy v. Ferguson In 1890 Louisiana instituted a state law that required railroads to provide separate but equal accommodations for "white and colored races." Homer Plessy, a man considered "colored" in Louisiana because one of his great-grandparents had been black, challenged this statute by refusing to sit in the "colored" car. In Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), Justice Henry Billings Brown,...

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From McCulloch v.

From McCulloch v. Maryland McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) was one of the most important cases in United States history because it helped establish how powers are distributed between the federal government and the states. The case arose when the state of Maryland attempted to impose a tax on the Bank of the United States. Critics of the bank argued that...

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From Gibbons v.

From Gibbons v. Ogden In order for the United States to develop interstate and international commerce, the Constitution gave Congress the power to regulate trade between states and foreign countries. The extent of Congress's regulatory power remained vague until 1824, when the nature of the commerce clause in the Constitution came into question with the case of Gibbons v. Ogden. In...

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From Bush v.

From Bush v. Gore One of the most controversial presidential elections in the history of the United States ended with one of the most controversial decisions in the history of the Supreme Court of the United States. The Court's 5 to 4 decision on December 12, 2000, effectively ended the disputed contest between Republican Party candidate George W. Bush and Democratic...

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From Brown v.

From Brown v. Board of Education Below is the Supreme Court's final opinion on Brown v. Board of Education, which overruled Plessy v. Ferguson, the 1896 ruling that established the "separate but equal" doctrine in education and public facilities. Certain terms, while appropriate in the 1950s, are no longer considered standard usage. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas Decided May...

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The Equal Rights Amendment Below is the text of the Equal Rights Amendment.

The Equal Rights Amendment Below is the text of the Equal Rights Amendment. It passed in both houses of Congress in 1972 but was not ratified because it did not meet the 1982 deadline (which had been extended beyond the seven years mentioned in the resolution) for passage in a sufficient number of sta......

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The Emancipation Proclamation Issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863, this famous document, printed here in its entirety, granted freedom to more than 3 million United States slaves.

The Emancipation Proclamation Issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863, this famous document, printed here in its entirety, granted freedom to more than 3 million United States slaves. Lincoln's decree was later made law by passage of the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1865. The Emancipation Proclamation By the President of the United States of America: A Proclamation. Whereas,...

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Declaration by United Nations Soon after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, British prime minister Winston Churchill met with United States president Franklin D.

Declaration by United Nations Soon after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, British prime minister Winston Churchill met with United States president Franklin D. Roosevelt in Washington, D.C., to develop strategies for coping with the global crisis. One such strategy, the Declaration by United Nations, emphasized their collective dedication to winning World War II (1939-1945). This declaration incorporated...

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The Declaration of Independence In the summer of 1776, more than a year after American colonists had begun their rebellion against Great Britain, the Second Continental Congress debated a resolution for independence.

The Declaration of Independence In the summer of 1776, more than a year after American colonists had begun their rebellion against Great Britain, the Second Continental Congress debated a resolution for independence. A committee of five worked on the document, but it was Thomas Jefferson who prepared the initial draft and whose eloquent phrasing made it a masterpiece of political writing....

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Asia - history.

Asia - history. I INTRODUCTION Countries of Asia Asia constitutes one-third of Earth's total land area, making it the largest of the seven continents. With about 3.7 billion inhabitants, the continent contains about three-fifths of the world's population. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - history. Asia, largest of the Earth's seven continents, lying almost entirely in the Northern Hemisphere. With outlying islands, it covers...

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Arab-Israeli Conflict - history.

Arab-Israeli Conflict - history. I INTRODUCTION Arab-Israeli Conflict, conflict between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East over the land of historic Israel and Palestine. The conflict has led to several wars, beginning in 1948, among Arab nations, Palestinian refugees, and the state of Israel. Since 1979 several peace accords have been signed, addressing parts of the conflict. II ORIGINS OF ZIONISM AND THE...

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Aboriginal Australians - history.

Aboriginal Australians - history. I INTRODUCTION Aboriginal Music of Australia The didjeridu is a unique musical instrument found among the Aboriginal people of northern Australia. It is an end-blown, straight, trumpetlike instrument traditionally made from a termite-hollowed eucalyptus branch. The didjeridu is played by men to accompany singing and dancing during communal ceremonies and clan songs. The player must inhale through the nose while...

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Canada's Constitution Act of 1982 In 1982 the Canadian constitution was patriated, meaning it was brought further under Canadian control.

Canada's Constitution Act of 1982 In 1982 the Canadian constitution was patriated, meaning it was brought further under Canadian control. The Constitution Act made it possible for Canadian lawmakers to amend the constitution without authorization from the United Kingdom. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the act's first section, describes the fundamental individual and group rights of Canadian citizens, including freedom...

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Bill of Rights - history.

Bill of Rights - history. I INTRODUCTION Bill of Rights Because the Constitution of the United States granted the federal government so much power, as compared with the earlier Articles of Confederation, several states demanded a list of amendments to guarantee individual rights against intrusion by the federal government. The first ten amendments are known as the Bill of Rights; the amendments protect such...

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Articles of Confederation - history.

Articles of Confederation - history. I INTRODUCTION Articles of Confederation, first constitution of the United States. The Articles were in force from March 1, 1781, to June 21, 1788, when the present Constitution of the United States went into effect. The Articles were written in 1777 during the early part of the American Revolution by a committee of the Second Continental Congress...

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The Monroe Doctrine In his annual message to Congress in 1823, United States president James Monroe declared that the United States had the right to exclude foreign powers from colonizing in the western hemisphere.

The Monroe Doctrine In his annual message to Congress in 1823, United States president James Monroe declared that the United States had the right to exclude foreign powers from colonizing in the western hemisphere. Monroe's bold assertion was primarily intended to prevent Spain from reclaiming its former colonies in the Americas. The statement became known as the Monroe Doctrine, and in...

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Tecumseh: "Once a Happy Race" Early in the 19th century, Governor William Henry Harrison of the Indiana Territory made a number of treaties with Native Americans that involved the ceding of land to the United States government.

Tecumseh: "Once a Happy Race" Early in the 19th century, Governor William Henry Harrison of the Indiana Territory made a number of treaties with Native Americans that involved the ceding of land to the United States government. Shawnee chief Tecumseh attempted to prevent the loss of additional lands by forming an alliance of tribes and asserting that one tribe could...

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