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"A nation that kills its own children is a nation without future." -Pope John Paul II
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Pope John Paul II was a great man. His philosophy and political thought was right on the money.

GMan
symphonyofdissent

I wish to start out my opening argument by saying that in history you rarely come across a person who is skilled at both spirituality and politics. People often assume that to be religious you have to be a "softy" or to be in politics you need to be "cold". JPII showed us that neither assumption is true. He was a man of immense kindness and mercy, having traveled to almost every nation and culture on earth during his reign as Supreme Pontiff, he was able to reach out to people in ways no other p...

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The American Revolution was far more important to American society and history than The Civil War.

GMan
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I would like to begin my opening argument by first saying that I in no way find The Civil War to be an unimportant part of American history. I just do not like the fact that in many history classes today, as well as in American society in general, The Civil War is given greater emphasis. I mean, honestly, let's face it people without The American Revolution all of the rest of American history would have been different. The opening chapters of novels set the stage for the rest of the book. Imagin...

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