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Bill's younger half-brother, Roger Jr. was born in 1956
Boys Nation" was a summer vacation program for outstanding high school pupils
It was to be Clinton's last electoral defeat
The $500 billion in budget-reducing measure included $250 billion in spending cuts and $250 billion in tax increases
Such as his assertion that although he had smoked marijuana in his younger days; he never inhaled it.
The U.S. Supreme Court (part of the judicial branch of the federal government) chose to hear Brown v. Board of Education because the case had been decided in favor of plaintiff in court, then was reversed upon appeal. The Court's chief interest was not in public school policy in Kansas per se, but rather in revisiting their own judicial precedent in Plessy v. Ferguson just over fifty years earlier -- the Plessy decision had stated that separate but equal treatment did not violate the Fourteenth Amendment. Presumably the chief impetus for the Court re-opening in 1953-4 the question of whether segregation was permitted by the Fourteenth Amendment was President Truman's executive order desegregating the armed forces, signed five years earlier in July 1948.
6. How did the Supreme Court determine the Constitution includes a right to privacy?
According to the Supreme Court, the Constitutional basis for the right to privacy is found in the First Amendment (freedom of assembly), the Fourth Amendment (protecting against unreasonable search and seizure), and the Ninth Amendment (guaranteeing unenumerated rights). This is why the