Monthly Archives: June 2019

REAL Democracy History Calendar: June 24 – 30

June 24 1908 – Death of Grover Cleveland, 22nd and 24th President of the United States — on corporate power From his 1888 State of the Union Address: “The gulf between employers and the employed is constantly widening, and classes … Continue reading

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REAL Democracy History Calendar: June 17 – 23

June 17 1239 – Birth of King Edward I, first to utilize “quo warranto” written order Quo warranto is a Medieval Latin meaning “by what warrant?” It’s a written order by a governing power (e.g. Kings in the past, legislatures … Continue reading

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REAL Democracy History Calendar: June 10 – 16

June 10 1932 – Speech by Louis McFadden (R-Pa), Chair of the U.S. House Banking and Currency Committee on the Floor of Congress “The Federal Reserve (Banks) are one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever seen…What is … Continue reading

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REAL Democracy History Calendar: June 3 – 9

June 3 1918 – Hammer v. Dagenhart [247 U.S. 251] Supreme Court decision – Commerce Clause double standard The Court ruled that Congressional action to ban products manufactured by child labor from interstate commerce was an unconstitutional invasion of states’ … Continue reading

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