founding fathers


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alapító: az Alapító Atyák

Founding Fathers

pl (US) → Väter pl

founding fathers

npl (esp Am) → padri mpl fondatori
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We are not sure which Founding Fathers McCaleb has in mind.
The most conservative principle of the Founding Fathers was distrust of unchecked power.
As modern psychology has been greatly advanced from the struggles and strive of many founding fathers in the discipline that Freud pioneered, Freud describes the life of the leading and most recognized today.
Infamous Scribblers: The Founding Fathers and the Rowdy Beginnings of American Journalism is the eye-popping true story of how raucous and undisciplined American journalism once was.
MAKING COMPARISONS/MAKING INFERENCES: How were the firearms known to the Founding Fathers different from those available today?
Prize-winning author Gordon Wood (The Radicalism of the American Revolution; The Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787) gives us a fresh view of one of America's founding fathers, whose tercentennial will be celebrated in 2006.
People who favor a "living Constitution" say that it is a special kind of legal document, purposefully studded by the Founding Fathers with ambiguities and meant to adapt to changing times and the changing views of the nation.
So it was with Gilbert Stuart, the famed portraitist who captured both the body and soul of many Founding Fathers.
All the words about our Founding Fathers, the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights - the underpinnings of this country.
In an interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tracks' 37-year-old editor, Alan Light, said he was trying to produce a magazine for people like a friend of his who is really into such Americana founding fathers as the Jayhawks and Wilco.
The Trials of Phillis Wheatley: America's First Black Poet and Her Encounters With the Founding Fathers by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.