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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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  • |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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  • | 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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  • | 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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  • ...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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  • | 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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  • | 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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  • ...Britain. It energized anti-slavery forces in the [[Northern United States|American North]], while provoking widespread anger in the [[Southern United States|S ...ol) run by her older sister Catharine, where she received a traditionally "male" or academic education in the classics, including study of languages and ma
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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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  • ...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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  • ...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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  • ...e Romanovs. Kropotkin's father owned large tracts of land and nearly 1,200 male [[serf]]s in three provinces.<ref name="harman-p20">{{cite book |author=Har ...mconmag.com/article/2010/jul/01/00045/ Are Anarchists Revolting?], ''[[The American Conservative]]''</ref> Kropotkin explored the widespread use of [[cooperati
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  • SOME writers have so confounded society with government, as to leave little or no distin Some writers have explained the English constitution thus: the King, say they, is one, t
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