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Lead If the 16-month-old Revolutionary War didn't give the British an inkling that the American colonies were unhappy, the Declaration of Independence certainly did. Drafted by a committee [...]
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It's no secret that the U.S. Congress has been dysfunctional for some time. The hallmarks of dysfunction will be familiar to anyone working within a large organization: * [...]
The Humanist. March-April, 2020, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p20, 4 p.
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On January 28, 2020, the testimony Of Rafida Bonya Ahmed, a humanist activist and author, was presented before the United States House of Representatives in a joint hearing on 'Ending [...]
National Review. 5/6/2019, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p38-40. 3p.
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The author, a U.S. senator, argues that the U.S. Congress must stem the expansion of executive power within the U.S. government by reasserting and utilizing the legislative powers and responsibilities granted by the U.S. Constitution. He discusses former U.S. president Franklin Roosevelt's initiation of the administrative state. The article also discusses the U.S. legislation the National Emergencies Act (NEA).