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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: List of state leaders in 1900
The emperor or huángdì (皇帝) of China was the head of government and head of state of China from the Qin dynasty in 221 BC until the fall of the Qing dynasty in 1911.
The Free State of Saxony (German: Freistaat Sachsen; Sorbian: Swobodny Stata Sakska) is at a land area of 18,413 km² and a population of 4.
This is a list of Viceroys (Rigsstatholder) and Prime Ministers (statsminister) of Norway.
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 Member FAQs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
State legislatures pass laws determining the physical boundaries of congressional districts, within certain constraints established by the Congress and Supreme Court (through its reapportionment and redistricting rulings).
Procedures governing vacancies occurring during the second session of a Congress differ from state to state, and are largely dependent on the amount of time intervening between the vacancy and the next general election.
The Speaker acts as leader of the House and combines several roles: the institutional role of presiding officer and administrative head of the House, the partisan role of leader of the majority party in the House, and the representative role of an elected Member of the House.
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 1920 in Germany at AllExperts
On the Allied side, however, it was stated that the force must be reduced forthwith to twenty battalions, six squadrons, and two batteries; and that even this force would have to be replaced entirely by a body of 10,000 police by July 10.
Lists of the chief persons coming under the heading of "war criminals" were published by the Allied governments at the end of January.
Among other significant features, it was stated that the number of children under five years of age, in the whole of the territories of the former Hohenzollern empire, had sunk from 8,000,000 in 1911 to 5,000,000 in 1919.
en.allexperts.com /e/0/1920_in_Germany.htm   (6038 words)

 Federalist Party (United States) Summary
In most states the congressional elections were recognized, as Jefferson strategist John Beckley put it, as a "struggle between the Treasury department and the republican interest." In New York, the race for governor was organized along these lines.
Militia officers, state's attorneys, lawyers, professors and schoolteachers were in the van of this "conscript army." In all, about a thousand or eleven hundred dependent officer-holders were described as the inner ring which could always be depended upon for their own and enough more votes within their control to decide an election.
Those states were competitive and had the best-developed local parties and most elaborate campaign techniques, including nominating conventions and formal party platforms.
www.bookrags.com /Federalist_Party_(United_States)   (5832 words)

Hannibal: (247-183 BCE) Great military leader of the city-state of Carthage who in the Punic Wars with Rome, crossed an army (with elephants) over the Alps and invaded Rome from the north.
Cleopatra: (69-30 BCE) Queen of ancient Egypt, she was the last ruler in the dynasty founded by Ptolemy I. Jesus Christ: (1st century) Believed by Christians to be the divine Son of God.
Leader of the Al-Qaeda the terrorist organization responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Party leaders of the United States Senate
The Majority leader customarily serves as the chief representative and "face" of his or her party in Senate, and sometimes even in all of Congress if the House of Representatives and thus the office of Speaker of the House is controlled by the opposition party.
Many state senates are organized in the same fashion as the United States Senate.
In recent years it has become more common for the leader of the majority party to be referred to as the "Majority Leader" and the leader of the minority party to be referred to as the "Leader" of his party in order to reduce the implication that "Minority" connotes of lesser power.
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 Woman Heads of State and Government
She became leader of the government after the declaration of independence at 11.3.90, which was internationally recognized at 6.9.91.
She was leader of the Progressive Conservative party, 13.06.1993-13.12.1993, resigning after the party lost all but two seats in the House of Commons in the 1993 election in spite of gaining about 16% of the vote.
She was Leader of the United Bermuda Party 1997-2001 and leader of the Opposition 1998-2001.
www.guide2womenleaders.com /Female_Leaders.htm   (4276 words)

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The Texas State Cemetery is located approximately one mile east of the State Capitol between Navasota and Comal streets and consists of 18 acres.
Thirty-five years after Johnston’s return to Texas and the state burial ground, the renowned artist Elisabet Ney was commissioned to construct a monument for the fallen hero.
As more and more men and women were passing away there became a need for a burial space that would be able to accommodate them; as a result the Cemetery was chosen so the veterans could be memorialized with their former generals.
www.cemetery.state.tx.us /html/history.htm   (1050 words)

 Elections: The Election Game
In Massachusetts one must be a resident of the state, a United States citizen, and 18 years old on or before the next election.
Registration is permanent in our state unless you move to a new city or town.
Explain to students that state representatives and senators can be contacted and that the people have the right to be heard.
www.sec.state.ma.us /ele/elegme/gmeidx.htm   (3610 words)

 Sovereignty after Empire: Peaceworks: Publications: U.S. Institute of Peace
Preserving the integrity of the enormous Russian state poses a unique challenge, especially considering the painful transitions it is now experiencing—from an empire to a federal state, from a centrally planned to a market economy, and from totalitarianism to democracy.
While the Crimea still cannot be listed among the numerous areas of violent ethno-political conflict in the Soviet successor states, it has recently become a focus of domestic and international tension, with conflicting self-determination claims voiced against a background of interstate territorial disputes and an unsettled legacy of military-political issues from the Soviet period.
Similarly, Ukrainian politicians proclaimed the leaders of the Crimean grassroots movement to be agents of Moscow.
www.usip.org /pubs/peaceworks/pwks19/chap3_19.html   (13751 words)

 Spring 2008
This list presents only the UGE courses that will be offered during the Spring 2008 semester.
A regional analysis of the United States with special attention to the historical, political, economic, and social factors which contribute to a real differentiation within the area.
Emphasis is on the attempt of mid-nineteenth-century American leaders to deal with the complex problems of slavery and race.
www.k-state.edu /uge/enrollment   (5201 words)

 Annotated List of UGE Courses
For a complete historical listing, see the Official Registrar's UGE Course List maintained by the Office of the Registrar.
Emphasizes the complex interaction among social groups; the rise of a European state system; the development of constitutional monarchy in England and absolute monarchy in France; and the change in values generated by the scientific revolution.
A systematic introduction to women's studies as an academic discipline, drawing research from humanities, social science, education, human ecology, and management to analyze images of women, status of women, sex differences, gender roles and stereotypes, patterns of success, women and relationships, current controversial issues affecting women, and feminism as a social and historical movement.
www.k-state.edu /uge/courses/annotated.htm   (9224 words)

 Socialism and The Welfare State
The “various corporations," says Rostovtzeff, "were more like minor supervisors of their own concerns on behalf of the state than their owners; they were themselves in bondage to the officials of the various departments, and to the commanders of the various military units.
When most of the socialist leaders of the Second International rallied to their national governments in 1914, Lenin denounced them as traitors to the cause and sought to lay the groundwork for a new organization of revolutionary Socialists.
Moreover, this total state must be controlled by the equivalent of Plato's guardians, a Party of ideocrats that incarnates rationality in an administrative apparatus.
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 Ohio Real Estate Relocation
Ohio is also one of the country’s leaders in the extraction of coal, clay, limestone, and gravel.
Agriculture continues to play an important role in the economy, and the corn and soybean crops of Ohio are among the largest in the nation.
Farms are scattered throughout the state, but agricultural activity is concentrated in the rich soils of the Till Plains, which cover much of western Ohio.
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 War and Conciliation
The chances that the Free State itself might be unable to function, and that a Republican party might grasp the reins of office, were by no means a remote possibility, and the events that immediately followed the signing of the Treaty in Ireland were not of a kind to induce a change of opinion.
Ulster claimed that by the Act of 1920, the six Northern counties, which would give her a definite Unionist majority, and which alone she felt in a position to claim, were definitely and finally committed to her government.
When the commercial interests of the two States are considered, and the volume of trade that depends on their close proximity, the paramount importance of friendly relations between them becomes evident.
www.libraryireland.com /HullHistory/War2.php   (1712 words)

 History of Terre Haute
Reflecting the process of urbanization in the state and the nation, the city's population jumped to 66,083 by 1920.
Terre Haute has an interesting connection with the present state of Israel, the seeds of which were planted during World War I. After hostilities had cut off Britain's supply of acetone, an ingredient in explosives, the Russian-born chemist Dr. Chaim Weizmann developed a synthetic product for the British Admiralty.
The impact of downtown decay was lessened because of urban renewal in the 1960s and the stepped-up building program at Indiana State University (ISU) in response to a doubling of its student body.
web.indstate.edu /community/vchs/thhist.htm   (4027 words)

 Syria (05/07)
The president has the right to appoint ministers, to declare war and states of emergency, to issue laws (which, except in the case of emergency, require ratification by the People's Council), to declare amnesty, to amend the constitution, and to appoint civil servants and military personnel.
The United States supports a sovereign, independent Lebanon, free of all foreign forces, and believes that the best interests of both Lebanon and Syria are served by a positive and constructive relationship based upon principles of mutual respect and non-intervention between two neighboring sovereign and independent states.
The Department of State encourages all U.S citizens traveling or residing abroad to register via the State Department's travel registration website or at the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate abroad.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/3580.htm   (7364 words)

 2006 CAMPAIGN TIP SHEETS: Tennessee State Profile
Tennessee is a battleground state, with a fighting temperament since it was settled 200 years ago by the likes of Andrew Jackson and went on to produce so many soldiers it came to be known as the Volunteer State.
Bush carried the state 51%-47% and Gore became only the fourth major party nominee to lose his home state in 85 years (the others were South Dakota's George McGovern in 1972, Kansas' Alf Landon in 1936 and New Jersey's Woodrow Wilson in 1916).
It has no income tax (the state Supreme Court ruled in 1931 that the state Constitution didn't list the income tax as one the legislature could impose, and so it couldn't) and it ranks low on the list of state and local taxes as a percentage of per capita income.
election.nationaljournal.com /states/tn.htm   (1409 words)

 List of state leaders in 1913 - Biocrawler
List of state leaders in 1913 - Biocrawler
1912 state leaders - Events of 1913 - 1914 state leaders - State leaders by year
William Howard Taft, President of the United States (1909-1913)
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/List_of_state_leaders_in_1913   (353 words)

 Turn Left: Accomplishments of Liberalism
This list is nowhere near complete, but it touches on the highlights of liberalism's proudest accomplishments.
An end to child labor, 40 hour work weeks, the right of employees to collectively bargain, overtime pay, workplace safety, all of the things we take for granted today are thanks to liberal laws passed in the first half of this century.
Before 1920, half of America's population could not exercise the essential duty of citizenship.
www.cjnetworks.com /~cubsfan/libgood.html   (1508 words)

 Arizona List
We are modeled after EMILY's List and are committed to increasing the number of pro-choice women Democrats elected to office in Arizona.
The mission of Arizona List is to elect pro-choice women Democrats to every level of elected office, including key positions of leadership.
Women had full suffrage when Arizona became a state in 1912, and on November 5, 1912, this was expressly included in the Arizona Constitution.
arizonalist.org   (473 words)

 Today in History: May 12
One of the first students at Harvard to graduate with a Ph.D. in history and government (1876), Lodge represented his home state in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1887 to 1893, and in the Senate from 1893 to 1924.
The American Memory collection American Leaders Speak, 1918-1920 includes a recording of Senator Lodge's 1919 argument against the League.
Search on League of Nations in American Leaders Speak, 1918-1920 to hear contemporaries of Henry Cabot Lodge voice their opinions on the organization.
lcweb2.loc.gov /ammem/today/may12.html   (974 words)

 1920 Article, 1920 Information
March 31 - Government of Ireland Act 1920 is presented in British parliament.
November 2 - In the United States, KDKA AM of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (owned by Westinghouse) starts broadcasting as a commercial radio station.
November 15 - In Geneva, thefirst assembly of the League of Nations is held.
www.anoca.org /january/february/1920.html   (1546 words)

 Southern California Lindy Society - Notes For Leaders
One of the biggest complaints about leaders is that the leads are jerks or jerky.
A good leader allows her these moments of creative freedom and plays with her rather than trying to force her into something that he had his heart set on -- he is in essence following both her and the music at that moment.
It is the leader's job to assess the ability of the follower and lead accordingly.
www.lindyhopping.com /leader.html   (2927 words)

 Communications The interstate in Oregon
Oregon’s innovative use of gasoline taxes, adopted in 1919, allowed the state to pursue road building that would be envied by other states.
Assured of stable funding, the Oregon State Highway Department developed a master plan for Oregon’s highway system and was soon constructing a series of primary highways that would allow improved access.
Beginning in 1949, because of OSHD efforts — aided in no small part by local political leaders who saw access to efficient highways a major component of their own community’s potential for post-war growth — the Oregon State Legislature undertook a series of actions to make a significant financial commitment to improving the state’s highways.
www.oregon.gov /ODOT/COMM/interstate50inOR.shtml   (1564 words)

 Kloosterman Genealogy, Dutch Emigrants to America, English text
The shipping company presented a passenger list to the Collector of Customs, and the immigrants made whatever Customs declaration was necessary and went on their way.From August 1, 1855 through April 18, 1890 they came through Castle Garden (also known as Castle Clinton).
During the 19th century everybody was welcome in the United States and this fact must have stimulated migration.
An opponent of the State Church, Scholte decided to emigrate to the United States.
www.kloosterman.be /gen-eng-emigrants-intro.php   (2105 words)

 Adventure Cycling Association
State listings include innkeepers near the states major in-state and cross-state bike trails/routes.
Woodall's Camping Listings Find campgrounds throughout the U.S. Bicycle Friendly Community - League of American Bicyclists The Bicycle Friendly Community Campaign, administered by the League of American Bicyclists, is an awards program that recognizes municipalities that actively support bicycling.
America Bikes A non-profit organization comprised of a collaborative effort of leaders in the bicycle community to advocate for positive outcomes for bicycling in the next federal transportation funding bill.
www.adventurecycling.org /cyp/list.cfm?s=National&f=lState   (2620 words)

 Women and the Right to Vote
Yet many of the women voting today were born in an era when their mothers were disfranchised in most states as a matter of law.
Since 1920, the influence of women in all areas of American life -- political, social, and economic -- has flourished, and it all began with the Nineteenth Amendment.
At a time when too Mississippians take for granted their right to vote, we should remember the effort and sacrifice that was made to give every citizen the right to elect our leaders.
www.sos.state.ms.us /pubs/PressReleases/Articles/WomenRightVote.asp   (605 words)

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