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  1. 查尔斯·埃文斯·休斯(Charles Evans Hughes,1862年4月11日—1948年8月27日),美国政治家,曾任纽约州州长、美国国务卿和美国首席大法官。他在20世紀初是信奉傳統古典自由主義和進步主義的代表。 簡介. 休斯是一个神童。

  2. Building History. “The Republic endures and this is the symbol of its faith.”. These words, spoken by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes in laying the cornerstone for the Supreme Court Building on October 13, 1932, express the importance of the Supreme Court in the American system. Yet surprisingly, despite its role as a coequal branch of ...

  3. 1 The six lectures were delivered by Hughes between 25 January and 11 February 1927. See ‘Hughes To Speak Before Institute,’ Columbia Daily Spectator, Vol. 50, No. 76, January 21 1927, 1. 2 Charles Evans Hughes, The Supreme Court: Its Foundation, Methods and Achievements, (New York: Columbia University Press, 1928), 237. 3 Ibid., 237.

  4. Mission: Hughes is a community that embodies a culture of respect, empathy, kindness, partnership, and equity where students are empowered to soar academically, artistically, and athletically in order to be high school, college and career ready.

  5. Warren G. Harding - Scandals, Politics, Controversy: The nation plunged into mourning, little suspecting that the beloved leader they eulogized as “an ideal American” would soon be revealed to have been the head of the most corrupt administration in the nation’s history. Senate investigations uncovered Forbes’s illegal financial dealings at the Veterans Bureau and pointed to Daugherty ...

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    de la obra del propio Charles Evans Hughes. Conforme las referencias más usuales, la frase se pronunció en el discurso ofrecido ante la Cámara de Comercio en Elmira, Nueva York, el 3 de mayo de 1907 (Addresses and Papers of Charles Evans Hughes, Governor of New York, 1906-1908. 1908. Nueva York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons).

  7. Charles Evans Hughes, former Supreme Court Justice and Harding's Secretary of State. At the end of World War I, the United States had the largest navy and one of the largest armies in the world. With no serious threat to the United States itself, Harding and his successors presided over the disarmament of the navy and the army.