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Sunday, March 1st, 2015

This Day In Founding Fathers History - 1 March

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This Day In Founding Fathers History – 1 March 2013 On this day in 1781, the Articles of Confederation were ratified by Maryland, the final of the thirteen states to ratify. “The ratification of the Articles of Confederation was delayed for two years by Maryland, who refused to ratify until the larger states—primarily Virginia and New York—had ceded their extensive land claims in the West to the national government. Virginia countered with….Continue

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Sunday, February 15th, 2015

This Day In Founding Fathers History - 14 February

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This Day in Founding Founders History - Where we bring you important dates in the lives and history of the Founding Generation. Find out what two territories became states in today's Founding Fathers History.….Continue

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"It may seem to many readers that as I have elaborated my initial hypothesis I have step by step deprived myself of very nearly all possible argumentative allies. But is not just this required by the hypothesis itself? For if the hypothesis is true, it will necessarily appear implausible, since one way of stating part of the hypothesis is precisely to assert that we are in a condition which almost nobody recognizes and which perhaps nobody at all can recognize fully. If my hypothesis appeared initially plausible. it would certainly be false. And at least if even to entertain this hypothesis puts me into an antagonistic stance. it is a very different antagonistic stance from that of, for example, modern radicalism. For the modern radical is as confident in the moral expression of his stances and consequently in the assertive uses of the rhetoric of morality as any conservative has ever been. Whatever else he denounces in our culture he is certain that it still possesses the moral resources which he requires in order to denounce it. Everything else may be, in his eyes, in disorder; but the language of morality is in order. just as it is. That he too may be being betrayed by the very language he uses is not a thought available to him."  - Alastair MacIntyre