This is not only an attack on the United States, but an attack on the civilized worldThe Almanac Aug 30, 2005
We've been looking for a piece of Tula furniture for 25 yearsArtful salute to St. Peterburg's 300th Oct 16, 2003
The public needs to be reassured that false and misleading corporate profit statements are an exception to the norm and will not be tolerated. Corporate executives need to be reassured that Congress will not go overboard and impose unworkable restrictions. New, ill-defined personal liabilities for chief executive officers and chief financial officers could make it much harder for companies to attract strong leadership. Congress should proceed quickly but with due deliberationUPI's Capital Comment for July 22, 2002 Jul 22, 2002
He missed it coming. In the final months of his life, he was very, very worried and upset by what was happening to his friends. He saw absolutely no parallels between what was going on in France and America's struggleU.S. founders and the French Revolution Jun 13, 2002
It would be interesting to muse on what positions Franklin would have taken as the revolution wore on. For even though he was very radical, he was also very much a person who believed in sort of a workable, sensible, revolutionU.S. founders and the French Revolution Jun 13, 2002
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Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette (French pronunciation: ; 6 September 1757 – 20 May 1834), often known as simply Lafayette, was a French aristocrat and military officer born in Chavaniac, in the province of Auvergne in south central France. Lafayette was a general in the American Revolutionary War and a leader of the Garde nationale during the French Revolution.