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  • '''North American Confederacy''' is an [[alternate history]] series of novels created by [[L. ...s he does in real life. This results in the rebellion to become a [[Second American Revolution]]. This eventually leads to the overthrowing and execution of [[
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  • ==Presidents of the Old United States/North American Confederacy== ...the US merged with several other North American nations to form the North American Confederacy in 1893. From that point, the individuals listed here are consi
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  • |nationality = American ...reedom/1609-1865/essays/aafamilies.htm |title=How Slavery Affected African American Families, Freedom's Story, TeacherServe®, National Humanities Center |publ
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  • |profession = [[Lawyer]]<br>[[Plantations in the American South|Planter]]<br>[[Academic administration|College Administrator]] |battles = [[American Revolutionary War]]<br>{{*}}[[Battle of Trenton]]
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  • ...rights, American Patriots seized control of the colonies and launched a [[American Revolutionary War|war for independence]]. The Americans declared independen ...or complaint.<ref>Jack P. Greene and J. R. Pole, eds. ''A Companion to the American Revolution'' (2003) ch 15-17</ref><ref>Richard Alan Ryerson, ''The Revolu
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  • ...sp;&nbsp;[[Soviet Union|Soviet]]<br/> 1931–82&nbsp;&nbsp;[[United States|American]] ...led [[Objectivism (Ayn Rand)|Objectivism]]. Born and educated in [[Russian American|Russia]], Rand moved to the United States in 1926. She had a play produced
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  • |ethnicity = [[German American]] ...t half of the twentieth century. As a scholar Mencken is known for ''[[The American Language]]'', a multi-volume study of how the English language is spoken in
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  • {{about|the late 18th- to early 19th-century American political party|similarly named parties|Federal Party (disambiguation)}} {{Infobox historical American political party
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  • | nationality = American ...ting with the [[United States Postal Service|U.S. Post Office]] with his [[American Letter Mail Company]], which was forced out of business by the [[Federal go
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  • ...trich|first=|title=In the Shadow of the Rising Sun: The Political Roots of American Economic Decline|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=8dBZ5n1gGsAC&pg=PA165 ...s."<ref>Michael Kazin, et al. eds. ''The Concise Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History'' (2011) p 149</ref> The Jeffersonians advocated a narro
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  • | nationality = [[United States|American]] ...especially by reading regularly the British magazine Freedom and the north American ones The Alarm (Chicago) and the tuckerian Liberty (Boston)…Uncomfortable
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  • | ideology = {{nowrap|[[Republicanism in the United States|American republicanism]]<br>[[Classical liberalism]]<br>[[Decentralization]]<ref>{{w The '''Democratic-Republican Party''' was the American political party in the 1790s of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison formed i
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  • | nationality = American ...(October 13, 1870 – August 19, 1945) was an influential [[United States|American]] [[libertarianism|libertarian]] author, [[education]]al theorist, and [[so
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  • | nationality = American ...noted as one of the founders of the [[Libertarianism in the United States|American libertarian movement]].<ref>{{cite web
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  • ...]] [[Alexander Hamilton]]'s program to fund war debt incurred during the [[American Revolutionary War]]. ...veterans who believed that they were fighting for the principles of the [[American Revolution]], in particular against [[taxation]] without local representati
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  • | battles = '''[[American Indian Wars|Indian Wars]]''' '''[[Mexican–American War|Mexican War]]'''
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  • ...Britain. It energized anti-slavery forces in the [[Northern United States|American North]], while provoking widespread anger in the [[Southern United States|S ...nd The Little Woman/Great War' Story: The Making, And Breaking, Of A Great American Anecdote'. Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 30.1 (2015): 1. Web.
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  • ...isbn=1-58445-141-6}} (published posthumously)</ref> was an [[United States|American]] [[libertarianism|libertarian]] [[business]]man, [[radio]] personality, an ...ive law|law]] of the [[State (polity)|state]] and that for [[United States|American]] [[society]] to prosper economically, [[Free market|free-market]] reforms
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  • ...States, he authored the two most influential pamphlets at the start of the American Revolution, and he inspired the rebels in 1776 to declare independence from ...allized the rebellious demand for independence from Great Britain. His The American Crisis (1776–83) was a prorevolutionary pamphlet series. Common Sense was
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  • ...hich became the governing body of the [[United States]] (USA) during the [[American Revolution]]. ...d to one of its members, [[George Washington]] of [[Virginia]]. It waged [[American Revolutionary War|war with Great Britain]], made a military treaty with [[e
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  • {{Infobox Native American leader ...e County]]. "The people in the town of Tallassee...were mixed-blood Native American/English/Irish/Scottish, and some were black. Billy was all of these."<ref n
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  • '''North American Confederacy''' is an [[alternate history]] series of novels created by [[L. ...s he does in real life. This results in the rebellion to become a [[Second American Revolution]]. This eventually leads to the overthrowing and execution of [[
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  • | nationality=American ...ional Maritime Conference in [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]], in 1945 with the American delegation, and was elected president of the same conference in 1946, when
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  • ...assed that of surrounding [[European colonisation of the Americas|European-American settlers]].<ref name=nyt/> ...Elias|last=Boudinot|title=Invention of a New Alphabet|date=1832-04-01|work=American Annals of Education}}</ref> His wife is said to have burned his initial wor
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  • ...terventionism|non-interventionist]] in foreign policy and opposed both the American entry into [[World War II]] and the [[New Deal]]. He was called by [[Ralph ...Wilson|Wilson]] administration.<ref>{{cite book |title=The Betrayal of the American Right |last=Rothbard |first=Murray N. |authorlink=Murray Rothbard |year=200
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  • ...bertarian Party]] (press release) |accessdate=June 13, 2011}}</ref> was an American philosopher and politician. In 1972 he became the first presidential candi ...ers after he criticized her talk on "''Art as Sense of Life''," before the American Society of Aesthetics at [[Harvard University|Harvard]].<ref>Branden, Barba
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  • ...ated under slightly different rules and procedures both during the early [[American Revolutionary War]] and the post-war period.<ref>''"Journals of the Contine ...polis, Maryland|Annapolis]] on January 14, 1784. This formally ended the [[American Revolutionary War]] between [[Kingdom of Great Britain|Great Britain]] and
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  • ...ged as the first national government of the [[United States]] during the [[American Revolution]]. The president was a member of Congress elected by the other d ...Jillson and Wilson, 77.</ref><ref>H. James Henderson. "Boudinot, Elias", ''American National Biography Online'', February 2000.</ref> There was no salary.<ref>
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  • Gallatin commissions privateers to defend American vessels. French uphold American sea rights.
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  • ...d attempts to restrict shipping; Gallatin commissions privateers to defend American vessels. 31 1807 French uphold American sea rights; Chesapeake drives off British war vessels; Forsyth invents perc
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  • ...restrict shipping; Gallatin commissions [[Privateer|privateer]]s to defend American vessels. [[31]] [[1807]] French uphold American sea rights; Chesapeake drives off British war vessels; [[Forsyth]] invents
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  • == Thoughts on the Present State of American Affairs == ...brought to their doors to make them feel the precariousness with which all American property is possessed. But let our imaginations transport us a few moments
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  • ...society has formed on the [[North American]] continent, styled the [[North American Confederacy]] (''NAC''). ...nduit originally developed as a means for interstellar travel in the North American Confederacy by the [[bottlenose dolphin]] physicist named Ooloorie Eckickec
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  • ==Presidents of the Old United States/North American Confederacy== ...the US merged with several other North American nations to form the North American Confederacy in 1893. From that point, the individuals listed here are consi
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  • {{Redirect|Professional Soldier|the 1935 American film|Professional Soldier (film)}} ...lls">[[Garry Wills|Wills, Garry]] (1999). ''A Necessary Evil, A History of American Distrust of Government'' New York, N.Y.; Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-684-84489
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  • During the [[American Revolution]] and its immediate aftermath, the term ''federal'' was applied ...ws.com/news/2002-07-05/front_page/5.html|title=Sam Adams — Father of the American Revolution|last=LeRoy|first=Marcel|publisher=The Voice news|date=5 July 200
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  • '''Elisha Gray''' (August 2, 1835 – January 21, 1901) was an American [[electrical engineering|electrical engineer]] who co-founded the [[Western | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American electrical engineer
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  • ...nduit originally developed as a means for interstellar travel in the North American Confederacy by the [[bottlenose dolphin]] physicist named [[Ooloorie Eckick
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  • ...ice Department, when he fell through the Probability Broach into the North American Confederacy. His counterpart in the Confederacy is Edward William "Ed" Bear [[category:American]]
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  • ...mconmag.com/article/2010/jul/01/00045/ Are Anarchists Revolting?], ''[[The American Conservative]]''</ref> Kropotkin explored the widespread use of [[cooperati ...Y. Studies of Social Solidarity in Russia: Tradition and Modern Trends. // American Sociologist, v. 43, 2012, no. 4, pp.&nbsp;349–365. – NY: Springer Scien
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  • ...rearms used in the mid-nineteenth century and a few saw brief use in the [[American Civil War]]. Other disc or pellet-type primers held a supply of tiny fulmin [[Joshua Shaw]], an English-born American, is sometimes credited with the development of the first metallic percussio
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  • ...that the money unit, or dollar of the United States, shall contain 371.262 American grains of pure silver.
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  • ...on on the ballot) has received the most votes for President of the [[North American Confederacy]] on two occasions. The first time was in [[United States presi
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  • ...he Whiskey Rebellion: Southwestern Pennsylvania's frontier people test the American Constitution| publisher = [[Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission]]
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  • ...erhaps the single most interesting, and ornery, person in the entire North American Confederacy. She has been everywhere and done everything, and wants to do i
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  • ...rhead as she said softly, “The Seventh Continental Congress of the North American Confederacy is now in session. Mr. Parliamentarian, may I have the protocol
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  • ...d attempts to restrict shipping; Gallatin commissions privateers to defend American vessels.
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  • * French uphold American sea rights; Chesapeake drives off British war vessels; English outlaw slav
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  • * Hundreds of British ships captured or sunk by American private navies, thousands of English seamen desert; first oceangoing steams
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  • * 1821 Mexico grants land to American settlers in Texas.
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  • * 1891 First transatlantic wireless relays betting on American horseraces; Manfred von Richthofen born, Silesia.
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  • * 1893 North American Confederacy includes Alaska, California, Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Newfoundland
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