Which two presidents who believed all nations should be free?
John f. Kennedy & Abraham Lincoln
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Horace Mann, a member of the House of Representatives, and theSecretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education proposed freepublic education. Rather than merely for the sake …of knowledge,Mann believed a public education would turn rebellious childreninto good, solid Republican citizens.
The Constitution requires them to be natural-born Americans, however a vast majority have preominent English heritage.
west of the Mississippi river
President Andrew Jackson believed that all Native Americans shouldlive on reservations. He actually did his best to make that happen.
we should to belive the god who made all the world and those think the god who is behind the sky
Which of these people was an important education reformer who believed that school should be free for all children?
No,lots of them cost around $5-$20 most likely but they could be more or less
In US Presidents
It should end democrocy.
In Barack Obama
He wants to stop putting a war in Iraq and Afganastan
In US Presidents
The first was Chester Alan Arthur. His father was a Canadian and her and his wife had lived in Canada before they moved to Vermont where Chester was born, However, the place i…n Vermont where he said he was born is very near the Canadian and some claimed that he had actually been born in Canada. The second is Barack Obama whose birthplace was questioned by a large group without any real evidence. There were some fake birth certificates produced that showed he was born in Kenya.
In US Civil War
A slave who applied for his freedom on the grounds that he had once lived on free soil. But he had moved back to slave-country with his master, and local judges referred his c…ase to the Supreme Court in 1857. The Court decided to interpret the Constitution as the Founding Fathers would originally have meant it. A man's property was sacred. Slaves were property. Therefore slavery was legal in every state of the Union. This delighted the South, but mortally offended the Northern Abolitionists, and deepened the split between the two sections.