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King James Bible: Philippians, Chapter 4
Chapter 4 4:1 Therefore, my brethren, dearly beloved and longed for, my joy and crown, so stand fast in the Lord, my dearly beloved. 4:2 I beseech Euodias, and beseech Syntyche, that they be of the same mind in the Lord. 4:3 And I entreat thee also, true...
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Letters: Israel Justified; Election Confusion
This faction was called the Copperheads and was led by an Ohio congressman, Clement Vallandigham. After Vallandigham was warned multiple times that his activities were treasonous, he was arrested, tried and convicted under military law, then was ...
'The Man Without a Country': The Patriotism of Philip Nolan
In January 1863, by which time the United States Civil War had raged for two years, Representative Clement Vallandigham of Ohio, a leader of the Copperheads, gave a speech in the House. He called the United States of America “one of the worst ...
Swing state poll shows Hillary between Barack and a hard place
Clement Vallandigham, was trounced in his bid for Ohio governor. Vallandigham and his wing of the party had made gains in 1862 amid setbacks for Abraham Lincoln's war strategy. Democrats hoped that Northern distress over mounting casualties could ...
Adding the African-American experience to a Confederate memorial
So the idea of placing a bell tower atop Stone Mountain in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. has been set aside for the moment.
Victorian Strangeness: The lawyer who shot himself proving his case
Author Jeremy Clay tells the strange story of the 19th Century lawyer who accidentally shot himself while demonstrating the innocence of a defendant in a murder trial.

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