They tried to protect the teachers Freedom of Speech
NRA, ACLU, 2nd amendment foundation.
George Rappleyea (1894-1966) led a group of Dayton TN businessmen who convinced teacher John T. Scopes to openly violate Tennessee's 1925 law called the Butler Act, which prohibited the teaching of human evolution from earlier primates. The ACLU had been looking for a test case to challenge the state law. The trial, known as the Scopes Monkey Trial, was held in July 1925 and attracted national attention. Although Scopes lost and had to pay a fine, his conviction was overturned on a technicality, and the Butler Act was not repealed until 1967 after a different trial.
This happened after he left office, so had only an indirect role in it. However, he pushed for Indian resettlement and the trail of tears was the result of Indian policy that he advocated .
The Sante Fe and Oregon opened the American West by finding the best trails to California and Oregon. The Sante Fe Trail became a very important cattle trail. The Oregon Trail was populated by farmers for the most part.
Early Mormons had a few small settlements in Iowa and the Mormon Trail went through Iowa en route to Utah.
his role as a defense lawyer, particularly in the "Scopes Trial".
The Mormon Trail and the Oregon trail followed the same route through much of the Midwest, until the Mormon Trail split off into Utah through Wyoming. No doubt the two groups exchanged help and supplies. It's also likely that some Oregon Trail travelers may have taken a detour through Mormon settlements in Utah to rest, wait out winter weather, or gather supplies.
First of all, the Scopes trial did not play *any* role in any debate between religion and science as far as I'm aware. Science and religion are fundamentally opposed, and as long as both exist, there will be debate between them. Rather, the Scopes trial played an important role in *legislation* related to the teaching of science in school, rather than teaching fundamentalist religious doctrine as if it were fact. The role the Scopes trial played in this was that it made both the public and judicial authorities aware of the issues involved, up to and including the conflicts between the USA constitution and various state constitutions, as well as the conflicts between both US and state constitutions, and practice.
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They were a part of the Secret War where they help guard the Ho Chi Minh trail by stopping the Vietnamese from supplying resources to the southern revolutionaries.
role play means like the role they play like example john cena's role play is to be one of the good guys
Play a role has two meanings. To play a role in something can mean that you participated and influenced the outcome. It can also mean playing a character, or role, in a theatrical play.
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The jury is the "trier of fact" and after listening to all testimony and evidence from both sides, and being instructed on the law by the presiding judge, they deliberate and come to a decision which determines the outcome of the trial.
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it doesnt play a role
What is bureaucracy and what role does it play in democracy?
team has a role to play!
all the above play a role
Play a role in inflammation processes and pain
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