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Tom Schott

U.S.
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Civil War, Reconstruction, military and political, Southern politics, slavery, civil war causation, general American history. Prefer 18th/19th century, but can handle all.

Mary E Webster

U.S.
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Federalist papers. What the Founding Fathers would have to say about current political issues based on the Federalist Papers, written to defend and promote ratification of our Constitution. Spent 4 years studying The Federalist Papers and re-writing them into easier-to-read English. My new edition was published in Spring, 1999: The Federalist Papers: In Modern Language/Indexed for Today`s Political Issues Other than the Federalist Papers, my knowledge of history is very limited.

Joshua Patty

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Abraham Lincoln; American Civil War; 19th Century American History; and American Religious History are all expert categories. Can also answer most questions about US Presidents; general American History; American government structure. Lifelong student of American history, especially Abraham Lincoln

Michael Troy

U.S.
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I can answer just about any question on early American History. My specialties are the American Revolution through the Civil War/Reconstruction. I also have greater expertise in matters relating to military, political or legal history.

Marc Kamin

U.S.
On Vacation
returns 12/31/2014
I'm able to answer most questions about US History, whether related to political, social, economic, or military issues.

Paul Edward Zukowski

On Vacation
returns 01/01/2015
My area of interest include political, military, social & legal history. I am a generalist. Feel free to ask about anything. I have a strong interest in the history of the state of Connecticut.

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2014-12-17 pocket vetos:

Alyssa,    A pocket veto can only occur when Congress is not in session -- otherwise an act passed by Congress can simply become law without the president's signature, if the president does not specifically

2014-12-16 helppp:

I suppose three reasons it was unjustifiable was that it took land away from native Americans who had the most just claim to the land, it resulted in war with this neighbor Mexico, and it eventually drew

2014-12-16 u.s history:

Well, I suppose that is an opinion on which people might disagree.    There are many who felt US expansion was unjustified.  The US essentially remained at war with the Native American population over

2014-12-11 history Civil War:

There are lengthy books, even series of books that cover this lengthy topic.  I don't think there is any good way for me to summarize in this small space and do the subject justice.  If you would like

2014-12-09 history civil War:

There were certainly differences among the various colonies that eventually contributed to the conditions leading to the Civil War.  But such differences are normal in any large country and were far from

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