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    Historical References.

    Here's a small list of historical documents for future reference. If you come across any new documents, please add them to the list.


    Documents For US History.

    Silence Dogood letters.

    Ben Franklin's Letter on Sexual Advice.

    Thomas Jefferson's Danburry Letter.
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    1 Peter 3:15-16

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    Re: Historical References.

    In reference to Ben Franklin's letter.....over 45 being referred to as an 'old woman' "Pfft, Tsk, Ha!"
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    Re: Historical References.

    You included the Federalist Papers in the first link, but here are the Antifederalists: http://www.thisnation.com/library/antifederalist/

    Both are crucial to understanding the environment in which our Constitution was written, ratified and amended with the Bill of Rights. I hope to finish the Feds soon, and start the Antis.

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    Re: Historical References.

    Ok, here is one - or rather a collection - I use very regularly: -

    The Medieval Sourcebook, contains numerous translated primary sources from the medieval period

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    Re: Historical References.

    Not exactly a historical reference, but a worthwhile link for future NAZI debates nonetheless.

    Mein Kampf
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    Re: Historical References.

    Quote Originally Posted by sylouette View Post
    In reference to Ben Franklin's letter.....over 45 being referred to as an 'old woman' "Pfft, Tsk, Ha!"
    One must remember that in the 18th Century life expectancy was probably somewhere between 50 and 60.

 

 

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