How were prisoners treated in the 1861-1865 war
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in tinker v. des moines, the supreme court ruled that the wearing of a black armband in protest of the vietnam war was not a substantial disruption of the school environment and was therefore protected speech.
it is the first major case to determine the speech rights of students.
in hazelwood v. kuhlmeier, the supreme court placed a limit on the speech rights of students when it ruled that it was permissible for a school to censor the actions of a school newspaper.
this is important as it provides a limit on the speech rights of students.
it began near st. louis, made its way westward, and passed through the continental divide of the americas to reach the pacific coast. the corps of discovery was a selected group of us army volunteers under the command of captain meriwether lewis and his close friend second lieutenant william clark.
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first secretary of the treasury
considered a conservative (kind of, not in a modern sense but in a burkean sense that advocated for measured rule)
father of the federalist party.
alexander hamilton was an influential founding father who advocated for a strong central government with a central bank that could temper the will of the people. he served as the first secretary of the treasury. there is a famous musical about him.