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Resistance During the Holocaust
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In three cases, entire countries resisted the deportation of their Jewish population during the Holocaust. In other countries, notable individuals or communities created resistance during the Holocaust. Since 1963, a commission organized by Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority in Israel, and headed by an Israeli Supreme Court justice, has been charged with the duty of awarding people who rescued Jews from the Holocaust the honorary title Righteous Among the Nations. As of January 2007, 21,758 people have received the honor. There was also Jewish resistance during the Holocaust.

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Stand: 09.04.2020
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Negotiating the Constitution
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No concept sparks more controversy in constitutional debate than 'original intent.' Offering a legal historian's approach to the subject, this book demonstrates that the framers deliberately obscured one of their more important decisions. Joseph M. Lynch argues that the Constitution was a product of political struggles involving regional interests, economic concerns, and ideology. The framers, he maintains, settled on enigmatic wording of the Necessary and Proper Clause and of the General Welfare provision in the Spending Clause as a compromise, leaving the extent of federal power to be determined by the political process. During ratification, however, attempts by dissident framers to undo the compromise were repelled in The Federalist: charges of overly broad congressional powers were met with protestations that in fact these powers were limited. Lynch describes how early lawmakers applied the Constitution to such issues as executive power and privilege, the deportation of aliens, and the prohibition of seditious speech. He follows the disputes over the interpretation of this document-focusing on James Madison's changing views-as the new government took shape and political parties were formed. Lynch points out that the first six Congresses and President George Washington disregarded the framers' intentions when they were deemed impractical to follow. In contrast, he warns that the version of original intent put forth in recent Supreme Court opinions regarding congressional power could hinder Congress in serving the nation.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Court Kasie
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A high school intern facing deportation...A plot to bribe a Supreme Court Justice...A case that could ignite a nation?Fearing deportation, a gifted high school student flees the ICE agent who deported her parents and takes refuge in the Supreme Court where she discovers a plot to bribe an Associate Justice.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Negotiating the Constitution
29,49 € *
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No concept sparks more controversy in constitutional debate than 'original intent.' Offering a legal historian's approach to the subject, this book demonstrates that the framers deliberately obscured one of their more important decisions. Joseph M. Lynch argues that the Constitution was a product of political struggles involving regional interests, economic concerns, and ideology. The framers, he maintains, settled on enigmatic wording of the Necessary and Proper Clause and of the General Welfare provision in the Spending Clause as a compromise, leaving the extent of federal power to be determined by the political process. During ratification, however, attempts by dissident framers to undo the compromise were repelled in The Federalist: charges of overly broad congressional powers were met with protestations that in fact these powers were limited. Lynch describes how early lawmakers applied the Constitution to such issues as executive power and privilege, the deportation of aliens, and the prohibition of seditious speech. He follows the disputes over the interpretation of this document-focusing on James Madison's changing views-as the new government took shape and political parties were formed. Lynch points out that the first six Congresses and President George Washington disregarded the framers' intentions when they were deemed impractical to follow. In contrast, he warns that the version of original intent put forth in recent Supreme Court opinions regarding congressional power could hinder Congress in serving the nation.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Court Kasie
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A high school intern facing deportation...A plot to bribe a Supreme Court Justice...A case that could ignite a nation?Fearing deportation, a gifted high school student flees the ICE agent who deported her parents and takes refuge in the Supreme Court where she discovers a plot to bribe an Associate Justice.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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