Woman’s Suffrage Amendment

by ©2019 Sarah Becker Woman’s Suffrage Amendment When the enslaved rebelled against their master[s] they struggled.  To struggle, as defined by The Oxford American Dictionary: (1) make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint.  (2) try hard under difficulties.  (3) contend, fight.  (4) make one’s way with difficulty.  (5) have difficulty gaining recognition […]

The Diffusion of Knowledge

In 1824 utopian secularist Robert Owen departed Scotland to meet Virginia’s Presidential dynasty; the Marquis de Lafayette arrived from France to begin his triumphal tour, and Congress passed the Tariff Act. Indiana passed a progressive Fugitive Slave law; English chemist and mineralogist James Smithson published on fluorine, and the U.S. House of Representatives elected John […]