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The History of Presidents’ Day

Presidents' Day is a holiday that is celebrated in February, and usually means a day off work or school for many people. It is also highly associated with retail sales, as many businesses hold a...

The Sixth Amendment: The Bill of Rights

The Sixth Amendment to the Bill of Rights adds some more legal rights to people who are accused of crimes in the United States. Most of these rights were revolutionary for any country, and even for...

Alabama: American Folklore #1

Each state in the union has its own unique folklore. Some is spooky, some is strange, some is fascinating, and some is actually educational. Here are some of the spookier tales from the unique and...

The Fifth Amendment: The Bill of Rights

The Fifth Amendment to the Bill of Rights says a lot of things, but they are all things that pertain to the rights of citizens if they are facing or involved in a trial in a court of law. Protecting...