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CHAPTER XIV: THE TRIUMPH OF THE WHIGS.

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Source(s):Short History of England; 3/ 1/2008, p68-74, 7p

Abstract:Chapter 14 of the book "A Short History of England," by G. K. Chesterton is presented. It highlights the triumph of the Whigs, a political party in England, in the eighteenth century. It states that the party supported the great aristocratic families a...

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Country: Christmas Island.

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Source(s):1990 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p213-217, 5p

Abstract:The article presents information about the political and economic conditions in Christmas Island. Details are presented on the political leadership in the country. Phosphate mining is the only significant economic activity. The construction of a casino...

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Declaration of principles.

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Source(s):Declaration of Principles. 8/1/2017, p212. 1/2p.

Abstract:Declares the principles of the National Progressive Republican League in the United States. Founded to promote popular government and progressive legislation; Specific legislation sought by the League, including the election of United States senators ...

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Chapter VIII: In Paris.

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Source(s):Dross; 3/ 1/2008, p40-45, 6p

Abstract:Chapter 8 of the book "Dross" is presented. It explores the revelation of the character named Vicomte de Clericy about the situation of the government of Paris, France, which requires the presence of the secretary to handle issues regarding the dominat...

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Country: St. Pierre and Miquelon (territorial collectivity of France).

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Source(s):1990 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p819-823, 5p

Abstract:The article presents information on Saint Pierre & Miquelon. The total area occupied by the country is 242 km2, and its climate is characterized as cold and wet, with much mist and fog. The population amounts to 6,330 as on July 1990, and it has a terr...

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CHAPTER VIII: THE RED HERRING.

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Source(s):Preface to Politics; 1/ 1/1913, p81-89, 9p

Abstract:Chapter VIII of the book "A Preface to Politics" is presented. It highlights the issue of red herring practice in campaign newspaper and politicians, and cites the preferred red herring methods that are most successful. It also mentions political discu...

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Nelson Mandela's speech upon release.

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Source(s):Nelson Mandela's Speech Upon Release. 8/1/2017, p1. 4p.

Abstract:Presents the text of the author's speech upon release from prison in South Africa. Salute to his supporters and especially to the peoples of Cape Town, South Africa; Views on the future of apartheid; Closing comments.

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CHAPTER I: THE ANTE-CHAMBER.

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Source(s):Calderon the Courtier, A Tale, Complete; 1/1/1838, p2-6, 5p

Abstract:Chapter One of the book "Calderon The Courtier, A Tale," by Edward Bulwer Lytton is presented. It explores the situation at the Tragi-Comedy of Court Intrigue which was represented with singular complication of incident and brilliancy of performance du...

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Constitution Act, 1867.

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Source(s):Constitution Act, 1867; 1999, p1, 23p

Abstract:Presents the text of the Constitution Act of 1867 for the union of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Preliminary and declaration of union; Overview of executive power and legislative power; Provincial constitutions; Distribution of legislative po...

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CHAPTER XVII. TOTILA.

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Source(s):Theodoric the Goth: Barbarian Champion of Civilisation; 1/1/1897, p1, 9p

Abstract:Chapter 17 of the book "Theodoric the Goth: Barbarian Champion of Civilisation" is presented. It discusses the misgovernment of Italy by the officers of Justinian, the revival of the Gothic cause and the accession of Totila as Gothic king. His characte...

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