While the Whigs thought of liberty as freedom from the restraints of localism, Democrats thought of freedom as the privilege of restraining large concentrations of wealth and power. However, both thought of themselves as champions of liberty. […]
Hubble’s Law upholds the Big Bang theory that talks about the receding galaxies being at the farthest end. The cosmological redshift further illustrates how a galaxy rushing away from us denotes the expansion of the universe. […]
Christianity overtook all other religions and asserted itself on the thought, culture, society, and political structures of the West. While there was much gained for the world by the triumph of Christianity, much was lost as well. […]
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Ulysses Grant removed William Rosecrans as the commander of the Army of the Cumberland and reached Chattanooga to help out the Union Army. He successfully commanded the troops in the battles of Chattanooga that resulted in the retreat of Braxton Bragg’s Confederate Army. […]