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  1. But the promulgation of abolition doctrines tends rather to increase than abate, its ,evils. " He closely followed Henry Clay in supporting the American Colonization
  2. Lincoln that the North was the aggrieved party, as the Slave Power tightened, its ,grasp on the national government with the Died Scott decision and the
  3. Compass remains in Birmingham. In November 2006,Regions Financial completed, its ,merger with Am South Ban corporation, which was also headquartered in Birmingham.
  4. 18 °C). Temperatures tend to be warmer in the southern part of the state with, its ,proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, while the northern parts of the state
  5. American anarchism. European anarchism of the late 20th century drew much of, its ,strength from the labor movement, and both have incorporated animal rights
  6. Where Bakunin and James Guillaume were expelled from the International and, its ,headquarters were transferred to New York. In response, the federalist sections
  7. Karl Marx became a leading figure in the International and a member of, its ,General Council. Proudhon's followers, the mutualists, opposed Marx's state
  8. S (Salmon P. Chase) loyalists, while not mentioning either by name during, its ,delivery. " In response to an inquiry about his presidential intentions
  9. Served with the Royal New Zealand Navy in World War II. It became famous for, its ,part in the Battle of the River Plate, alongside and. In addition to earning
  10. Pearl Andrews ... William B. Greene presented this Proudhon Mutualism in, its ,purest and most systematic form. ". Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862) was an
  11. In the mind, and he held that society does not exist but" the individuals are, its ,reality ". Sterner advocated self-assertion and foresaw unions of egoists
  12. a million. Local and county government Alabama has 67 counties. Each county has, its ,own elected legislative branch, usually called the County Commission, which
  13. Computer graphics and computer vision. The average overall albedo of Earth, its ,planetary albedo, is 30 to 35 %, because of the covering by clouds, but varies
  14. In the United States at least as early as 1848 and that it was not conscious of, its ,affinity to the Individualist Anarchism of Josiah Warren and Stephen Pearl
  15. Seceding states. This call forced the states to choose sides. Virginia declared, its ,secession and was rewarded with the Confederate capital, despite the exposed
  16. To buy shares in the railroad on the grounds that the company had changed, its ,original train route. Lincoln successfully argued that the railroad company was
  17. American State Litter Scorecard, for overall poor effectiveness and quality of, its ,statewide public space cleanliness—primarily roadway and adjacent litter
  18. While some anarchist communists favor direct democracy, others feel that, its ,majoritarianism can impede individual liberty and favor consensus democracy
  19. Admitted to the Union in 1819. Part of the frontier in the 1820s and 1830s, its , constitution provided for universal suffrage for white men. Settlers rapidly
  20. Authority over the region, effectively ending Spanish governance (though not, its ,claim),while gaining an unencumbered passage to the gulf. The area making up
  21. Influence of the Italian Anarchist Union (20,000 members plus Humanity Nova, its ,daily paper) grew accordingly ... Anarchists were the first to suggest
  22. Society. Etymology and terminology The term," Ideas on Liberty," May 1955., its ,use as a synonym is still common outside the United States. Accordingly,"
  23. Hard to diagnose autism among the visually impaired, partly because some of, its ,diagnostic criteria depend on vision, and partly because autistic symptoms
  24. From outside becomes an intolerable disturbance ". The word autism first took, its ,modern sense in 1938 when Hans Asperger of the Vienna University Hospital
  25. Election that the eventual extinction of slavery would result from preventing, its ,expansion into new U. S. territory. At the beginning of the war, he also sought
  26. The under connectivity theory of autism. Neither category is satisfactory on, its ,own; social cognition theories poorly address autism's rigid and repetitive
  27. Have admitted Kansas as a slave state. In March 1857,the Supreme Court issued, its ,decision in Died Scott v. Sandford; Chief Justice Roger B. Taney opined that
  28. But argue that citizens do not have a moral obligation to obey the state when, its ,laws conflict with individual autonomy. One reaction against sectarianism
  29. Plantations expanded. The economy of the central" Black Belt" ( named for, its ,dark, productive soil) was built around large cotton plantations whose owners
  30. Philadelphus, English trade unionists, socialists and social democrats. Due to, its ,links to active workers' movements, the International became a significant
  31. By state referendum. One criticism of the current constitution claims that, its ,complexity and length were intentional to codify segregation and racism.
  32. Republicans severe losses due to sharp disfavor with the administration over, its ,failure to deliver a speedy end to the war, as well as rising inflation, new
  33. With the most evidence for the role of serotonin and of genetic differences in, its ,transport. Others have pointed to a role for group I metabolomic glutamate
  34. Wealth grew largely from slave labor. On January 11, 1861,Alabama declared, its ,secession from the Union and joined the Confederate States of America. While
  35. Of the Illinois legislature which would, in turn, select Lincoln or Douglas as, its ,U. S. senator. Lincoln–Douglas debates and Cooper Union speech The 1858 senate
  36. Of slavery its elf. I hate it because it deprives our republican example of, its ,just influence in the world ..." In late 1854,Lincoln ran as a Whig for the
  37. In 1851,he represented Alton & Salmon Railroad in a dispute with one of, its ,shareholders, James A. Barrel, who had refused to pay the balance on his pledge
  38. Sources. Although the origin of Alabama could be discerned, sources disagree on, its ,meaning. An 1842 article in the Jacksonville Republican originated the idea
  39. The impact was greater on the African-American community, as almost all of, its ,citizens were disfranchised. From 1901 through the 1960s,the state did not
  40. Which advocates informal organization and active resistance to the state;, its ,proponents include Wolf Landsteiner and Alfredo M. Bonanza. Theories
  41. Supporters led to a right wing election victory. But in 1936,the CNT changed, its ,policy and anarchist votes helped bring the popular front back to power. Months
  42. Railroads, and bridges—hoping to destroy the South's morale and weaken, its ,economic ability to continue fighting. Grant's move to Petersburg resulted in
  43. Of Bavaria also known as Sissy built in 1890 a summer palace with Achilles as, its ,central theme, and it is a monument to Platonic romanticism. The palace
  44. Culture covered most of the state from AD 1000 to 1600,with one of, its ,major centers being at the Montville Archaeological Site in Montville
  45. In 2004 for $14.3 billion. The city still has major operations for Wachovia and, its ,now post-operating bank Wells Fargo, which includes a regional headquarters, a
  46. Route. Lincoln successfully argued that the railroad company was not bound by, its ,original charter in existence at the time of Barret's pledge; the charter was
  47. For the first time, as well as establishing some welfare institutions to help, its ,people. Alabama was officially restored to the Union in 1868. After the Civil
  48. S ideas as centralist and predicted that, if a Marxist party came to power, its ,leaders would simply take the place of the ruling class they had fought against
  49. The principles of anarchism without adjectives. In the 1920s this form found as, its ,main proponents Violin and Sebastien Fare. The veteran Italian anarchist, Luigi
  50. The west. Alabama ranks 30th in total land area and ranks second in the size of, its ,inland waterways. The state ranks 23rd in population with 4.7 million residents

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