Dred Scott was an unlikely candidate to become the impetus and rallying cry of a brand-new political party in the mid-19th century. He was sold to US Army doctor John Emerson in St. Louis, Missouri. Emerson's commission brought him to the Wisconsin Territory in 1836, which was free territory where slavery was illegal. By 1840, Dred Scott had married another slave of Emerson's, and the couple had a child. Desperate to shake off the yoke of slavery, Scott sued for his freedom in Missouri, arguing that once he had entered free territory he could no longer be a slave.
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In all the annals of American history, it is hard if not impossible to find a figure with a more controversial legacy than Aaron Burr, one of the most reviled yet mysterious characters of the last 200 years. Today Burr is remembered almost solely for participating in the nation's most famous duel on July 11, 1804, which resulted in the death of instrumental Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, but it is often forgotten that Burr killed Hamilton while he was Thomas Jefferson's sitting vice president.
Are you challenged maintaining balance while incorporating triathlon as a part of your life? What is the secret sauce to those who excel in triathlon? Why does it look so easy for those people who succeed in triathlon - or any aspect of life, for that matter?
"Don't waste even an hour."
You can use freedom of speech for many purposes, so what should we use it for? Why not use freedom of speech to advance the great unschooling and deschooling movement? The future of America calls us to do just that; let's answer the call.
This article examines Heroes Reborn. NBC canceled Heroes, the television story about ordinary people with extraordinary abilities, in 2010. Now it is back on television, picking up right where it left off. Read this article to find out what the show is about, and how it was created.
This article examines the TV version of Rush Hour. Based on the Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker movies, the CBS comedy-drama follows two detectives with very different personalities. Listen to this article to find out what the show is about and how it was created.
Why does the world have the good things? Because of Revolutions! Thank Revolutions for all they have done and for what you most enjoy!
Rock music is the reason we are alive. Nothing seems to rule more than rock music. Some rock stars are even cooler than the rest, so Andrew Bushard has chosen his favorite rock star to praise in this volume of free speech poetry.
Mirrors of Fallen Stones: Poetry, Book 5 is a part of Vanessa Chattman's poetry series. This book is the fifth volume of the poetry series. Mirrors of Fallen Stones: Poetry, Book 5 briefly describes the extent of Vanessa Chattman's creative poetic story, telling in the form of fiction. Very few facts are mentioned, but dates and locations are all fiction.
Exercise rules! Some of us jog to get our exercise fix. Are you one of these people? If so, you may want to read these poetic odes to jogging.