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  • The drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that, for the first time inhistory, so clearly enunciated the rights of all people, wasa ray of light inthe darknessof the twentieth century.

    A Declaration of Human Wrongs

  • We have witnessed a nation founded by the some of the most brilliant, sophisticated, classy, and best educated people inhistory, possessed of spine-tingling eloquence with the tongue and the pen, twisted to distrust the eloquent, resent sophistication and class, and reject the educated as out of touch elitists.

    Witness: What We Were; What We Have Become

  • So great was the rate of mortality in one place, where the trench turned sharply, that it lives inhistory as the Bloody Angle.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Acts of the Apostles brothers of Jesus inhistory of early Christianity inJudas the Galilean inPeter inPaul as dominant figure inActs of Pilate

    The Jesus Dynasty

  • A thrilling and twisting tale set in a dark and fateful time inhistory, Hitler’s Angel is the stunning new novel by the award-winning American crime writer Kris Rusch.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » June » 07

  • Englewood neighborhood ingang activity inhistory of public defenders inmurder rate in1920s crime surge inPilsen neighborhood inpolice brutality and corruption inPublic Defender’s Office scandals insee also IllinoisChicago Bar Association

    Defending the Damned

  • Illinois death penalty reforms inhistory of public defenders inprosecutorial misconduct inreinstatement of death penalty inRyan’s granting of clemency insee also Chicago, Ill.

    Defending the Damned

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