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Paula Jones affidavit
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• The legislative branch enacts laws;
the executive branch enforces them;
and the judicial branch interprets them.
矛矛矛矛矛矛矛矛矛 • How much do you know about the author?
• What do you think of the struggles between
fundamentalists and modernists? What did that
• The struggles were in fact struggles between
ignorance and wisdom, religion and science.
• That showed the spread of science and truth
was no easy task. While reading questions:
a) Why was I in the court?
b) Was it a cold day?
c) Were there many other people there, too?
d) Who were the leading counsels for both
defense and the prosecution?
• e) Did people talk loudly? How do you know? While reading questions:
• a) Who came from afar to testify on my
behalf? What were they?
• b) Why were reporters there?
• c) What did Darrow mean by whispering to
me that ‘We’ll show them a few tricks.”? While reading questions:
• a) What was developing gradually in the
• b) What do you know about the Bible?
The Genesis? While reading questions:
• a) What was the situation in Tennessee,
• b) Did the engineer agree with the law
prohibiting the teaching on evolution?
• c) Why...
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2012 for the course ENGLISH 201 taught by Professor Long during the Spring '12 term at Shanghai University.
- Spring '12