1964 SCOTUS ruled that Congress does enjoy the right to prohibit discrimination

1964 scotus ruled that congress does enjoy the right

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(1964), SCOTUS ruled that Congress does enjoy the right to prohibit discrimination in public accommodations because of Article I ’s commerce clause and so it has not been overturned; in United States v. Morrison (2000), SCOTUS ruled 5-4 to a rm this longstanding precedent 1884 election of 1884 Mugwumps Grover Cleveland (D-NY) def. James Blaine (R-ME) 219-182... Cleveland claimed NY’s 36 EVs by a margin of 1K votes out of >1M cast, along with IN, CT, NJ, and all former slave states... Cleveland won by <25K nationwide out of >10M votes cast first Democrat elected since James Buchanan in 1856 and the last (except for his own re-election in 1892) until Wilson in 1912 the campaign was marked by exceptional acrimony and invective slogan (Democrats): “Burn, burn, burn this letter!” based on a letter Blaine had written while selling his influence in Congress... he’d written as a postscript, “Burn this letter” (Blaine received $1.5M (2010$) for his influence, from many sources) slogan (Republicans): “Ma, ma, where’s my pa?” based on the story, publicized in July, that Cleveland had fathered a child out of wedlock and the woman had ended up in an asylum (after the elections, Democrats chanted gleefully in response, “Gone to the White House, ha, ha, ha”) major issue: Mugwumps , Republicans disgusted with Blaine’s unethical behavior, worked for Cleveland’s election in the North Irish Catholics in NY were energized in the final week of the campaign by an anti-Catholic slur by a pro-Blaine NY Republican that was publicized not by the media, but by the Cleveland campaign 1885-9 1893-7 Grover Cleveland (D) see ADVANCED AMERICAN HISTORY TIMELINE: 1890-1945 1884 Mugwumps see ELECTION OF 1884 above 1885 Mark Twain realism MO-born journalist, traveler, humorist, and (period of realism ) author of Huckleberry Finn , the sequel to the children’s book Tom Sawyer (1876), an unflattering portrayal of the antebellum South and of an idealistic boy seeking to do right known for an early article, “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” William Faulkner called Twain “the father of American literature”; Ernest Hemingway later remarked similarly considered a writer of the realist movement, a reaction to the romantic movement (peaked in the US 1850-5)... realists, prominent in the second half of the 19th century, believed in the ideology of objective reality and revolted against the exaggerated emotionalism of the romantic movement in the mid-19th century... similarly, modernism in the early 20th century was a reaction to Realism... see THE LOST GENERATION (1919-29) in ADVANCED AMERICAN HISTORY TIMELINE 1890-1944... and ADVANCED AMERICAN HISTORY TIMELINE: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES This timeline is meant to provide training for students of American history. It should not be cited as an academic source. Notify [email protected] with any errors or uncited quotations.
ADVANCED AMERICAN HISTORY TIMELINE 1801-1889... LAST UPDATE Tuesday, June 21, 2016... by J. A. Stanford, Jr., PAGE 112 1885 bison extinct in the wild see ADVANCED AMERICAN HISTORY TIMELINE: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES 1886 Haymarket Square Riot

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