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Truth and Consequences James Madison

Keeping Balance in Times of Crisis

In a time of crisis such as we are experiencing now, it is crucial for governments to develop a clear balance between liberty and power. In many countries decisive action has been taken by governments to protect citizens from contracting

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Medical Research Sabrina Zuniga Truth and Consequences

On the Importance of Medical Science

As the world deals with a pandemic of, as yet, unknown quantity, let’s take a moment and acknowledge the immense significance of medical science research in our society. Today, scientists are working hard to solve the mystery of this virus

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History Highlights

Mary Wollstonecraft born in 1759

Mary Wollstonecraft Born in 1759

On this day in 1759, a prominent thinker of the Enlightenment period, Mary Wollstonecraft, was born. She was a committed advocate of democracy, limited government, individual liberties and meritocracy in the face of the reaction of the European monarchies against

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Immanuel Kant born in 1724

On This Day In 1724: Immanuel Kant Born

On this day in 1724, Immanuel Kant, one of the most influential European philosophers was born. In addition to his complex and innovative theories in epistemology and ethics, that are still heatedly debated up to this day, he was a

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Panama Canal was opened to traffic in 1914

Panama Canal was opened to traffic in 1914

#OnThisDayInHistory in 1914, the Panama Canal was opened to traffic. The construction was an engineering marvel of the time. It was also a political marvel that created an independent Panama and gave sovereignty to the US for the zone around the

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