New Nationalism Speech
We come here to-day to commemorate one of the epoch-making events of
the long struggle for the rights of man-the long struggle for the uplift of
humanity. Our country-this great Republic-means nothing unless
Speech/essay by Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (1900)
From The Strenuous Life: Essays and Addresses (New York: Century, 1900), pp. 115121.
Theodore Roosevelt is one of the great larger-than-life characters of U.S. history, and his
legacy is that o
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Farewell to the Nation (1961)
President Eisenhower, supreme commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces during
and after World War II, understood very well the importance of a strong defense. By the end of
the 1950s, however, he bec
Abrams v. United States (1919)
Abrams v. United States was one of several cases heard before the U.S.
Supreme Court during World War I that addressed the issue of free speech.
The issue at the heart of this case was the constitutionality of the Sedition
Bio 31 Research Project Guidelines
1. You do not have to work in your lab groups, but it is recommended
(To work in a different arrangement you must clear it via prior discussion with me)
2. All group members must demonstrate that they contribu
Bio 31- Laboratory Reports
Lab Report Guidelines
1. The report must be typed, 12 point Arial, Helvetica (Macs), Calibri, or Times New
Roman Font. 1.5 spaced. Normal (1) margins.
2. The report must include all of the following sections: