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Justice

16 Lessons

Overview

Lessons:

  • John Adams and the Boston Massacre Trial
  • Justice: John Quincy Adams and The Amistad
  • Abraham Lincoln, the Emancipation Proclamation, and Justice
  • John Quincy Adams and His Struggle Against Slavery and the Gag Rule
  • An Atrocious Debasement of Human Nature: Benjamin Franklin, the First Abolitionist Petitions, and Justice
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s Stand for Justice
  • Conscience is the Most Sacred Property: James Madison, Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, and Justice
  • A Self-Evident Truth: Angelina Grimké and Justice
  • Lee Yick: Equal Justice Under Law
  • A Deep Stain on the American Character: John Marshall and Justice for Native Americans
  • Bertrand DeBlanc’s Pursuit of Justice
  • Barbara Jordan, Watergate, and Justice
  • Justice Frank Murphy and Racial Prejudice: No Justifiable Part
  • Activism through Literature: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Slavery, and Justice
  • Oliver Otis Howard: Crusader for Justice
  • Theodore Roosevelt: Warrior for Public Justice