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  • 1 James Buchanan: The Impending Disruption of the Union — ▪ Primary Source       During the critical four months that intervened between Abraham Lincoln s election in November 1860 and his inauguration in March 1861, President James Buchanan, a Democrat, was faced with the problem of secession. The… …

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  • 2 Warfare — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Warfare >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 warfare warfare Sgm: N 1 fighting fighting &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 hostilities hostilities Sgm: N 1 war war arms the sword Sgm: N 1 Mars …

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  • 3 Millard Fillmore: A Golden Rule for Foreign Affairs — ▪ Primary Source              Because a republican form of government had been coupled in the United States with unprecedented economic, social, and scientific advances, many Americans were certain that similar results would obtain wherever there …

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  • 4 war — I. n. 1. Enmity, hostility, state of opposition, strife, contention. 2. Declared hostilities, fighting, warfare, arbitrament of the sword, contest of nations, armed conflict of powers, the last argument of kings, ultima ratio regum. 3. Art of war …

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  • 5 Right to keep and bear arms — The right to keep and bear arms, RKBA, [ [http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/rkba What does RKBA stand for? Acronyms and abbreviations by the Free Online Dictionary.] ] or right to bear arms is the concept that people, individually or… …

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  • 6 Walter Owen — was a Scottish translator transplanted to the Argentine Pampas. His career is an excellent example of how the translator can open up a key aspect of a culture to readers in another language. Born in Glasgow, he spent much of his boyhood in… …

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