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Georgia's Dick Russell objected politely, and the battle was joined.
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Cleland's official Senatorial papers are held by the University of Georgia's Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies.
Another noteworthy point is that man-made Lake Russell, the lake north of Clarke Hill along the Savannah River, was named after Richard B. Russell, Jr., Georgia's noted U. S. Senator and former governor, in the same 1987 bill.
Georgia's and battle
Commonly-cited examples of dog-whistle politics include civil rights-era use of the phrase " forced busing ," used to enable a person to imply opposition to racial integration without them needing to say so explicitly ; the state of Georgia's adoption, in 1956, of a flag visually similar to the Confederate battle flag, itself understood by many to be a dog-whistle for racism ; the phrase " Southern strategy ," used by the Republican Party in the 1960s to describe plans to gain influence in the South by appealing to people's racism ; Ronald Reagan, on the campaign trail in 1980, saying in Mississippi " I believe in states ' rights " ( a sentence the New Statesman later described as " perhaps the archetypal dog-whistle statement "), described as implying Reagan believed that states should be allowed, if they want, to retain racial segregation ; Reagan's use of the term " welfare queens ," said to be designed to rouse racial resentment among white working-class voters against minorities ; a 2008 TV ad for Republican presidential candidate John McCain called " The One ," which observers said dog-whistled to evangelical Christians who believed Obama might be the Antichrist ; a Tea Party spokeswoman saying President Obama " doesn't love America like we do ," thought to be an allusion to Obama's race and to the birth certificate controversy, and Republicans frequently emphasizing Obama's middle name for the same reason ; an aide to 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney saying Romney would be a better President than Obama because Romney understood the " shared Anglo-Saxon heritage " of the United States and the United Kingdom ; former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan, and others, calling Obama " the food stamps president " said to be a way of exploiting stereotypes among racially resentful white voters who see food stamps as unearned giveaways to minorities.
With all the senior officers wounded or killed, Hillyer assumed command of the regiment for the rest of the Gettysburg Campaign, and wrote the official report of the 9th Georgia's service in the battle.
Georgia's and was
Sitting quietly on an equally big pork barrel was another Judge Smith ally, Georgia's Carl Vinson, chairman of the Armed Services Committee.
This represents the best result among the CIS countries and a dramatic improvement on Georgia's score in 2004, when the country was ranked 133rd with 2. 0 points.
Thus, there was a revolt among the mountaineers of Pkhovi and Dido on Georgia's northeastern frontier in 1212, which was put down by Ivane Mkhargrdzeli after three months of heavy fighting.
This originally was the Georgia and North Carolina border all the way back to the Mississippi River, until Tennessee was divided from North Carolina, and the Yazoo companies induced the legislature of Georgia to pass an act, approved by the governor in 1795, to sell the greater part of Georgia's territory presently comprising Alabama and Mississippi.
She was the principal interpreter for Georgia's founder and first Governor Gen. James Oglethorpe, using her connections to foster peace between the Creek Indians and the new colony.
Many scholars doubt the assertion that it was as far north as the Chesapeake ; most place it in present-day Georgia's Sapelo Island.
The nickname " Thrashers ", after Georgia's state bird, the brown thrasher, was selected from a fan poll.
Weise reported that Michael Doyle, director of the University of Georgia's Center for Food Safety, found refrigeration was critical to safe salsa ; and also that using fresh garlic and fresh lime juice, instead of their more processed equivalents, inhibited the growth of bacteria.
John E. Drewry ( 1902 – 1983 ) was the first dean of the University of Georgia's Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Worth County was created from Dooly and Irwin counties on December 20, 1853, by an act of the Georgia General Assembly, becoming Georgia's 106th county.
Wilkes County, named for British politician and supporter of American independence, John Wilkes, is considered Georgia's first county, as it was the first of eight original counties created in the first state constitution on February 5, 1777.
Ware County, Georgia's 60th county, was created on December 15, 1824, by an act of the Georgia General Assembly from land that was originally part of Appling County.
County residents, however, were largely pro-Union in the years leading up to the war, as was true of much of Georgia's mountainous north, and the county's delegates to the state convention of 1861 voted against secession.
The Civil War ( 1861 – 65 ) brought one of Georgia's most notable and notorious landmarks to the area, when a small village named Andersonville, nine miles ( 14 km ) north of Americus on the county's northern edge, was selected by Confederate authorities as the site for a prisoner of war camp.
Due to irregularities in an early survey mission, the Georgia-North Carolina border at Rabun County's northeast corner was erroneously set several hundred yards north of the 35th parallel, giving this location at Ellicott's Rock the distinction of being the State of Georgia's northernmost point.
One of the key figures in the establishment and growth of the Chattahoochee National Forest was " Ranger Nick " Nicholson, Georgia's first forest ranger.
The county itself was founded on December 19, 1795, and is named for Georgia's founder, General James Oglethorpe.
Georgia's 94th county was named for William Washington Gordon ( 1796 – 1842 ), the first Georgian to graduate from West Point and first president of the Central of Georgia Railroad ( See a monument to William Gordon in Savannah, Georgia ).
It became Georgia's ninth county, incorporating on February 25, 1784, and was named in honor of patriot Benjamin Franklin.
Georgia's and joined
Akerman joined the Republican Party in the campaign for black-American citizenship and suffrage, and was an outspoken proponent of Reconstruction as a member of Georgia's 1868 state constitutional convention and as U. S. district attorney for Georgia ( 1869 ).
Georgia's former US Senator Sam Nunn ( now retired ), Indiana US Senator Dan Coats, former Florida US Senator Connie Mack, and former Georgia governor George Busbee ( now deceased ) also joined the firm after their retirement from public office.
In a concurring opinion, Powell voiced doubts about the compatibility of Georgia's law with the Eighth Amendment as it related to the prison sentence for conviction, but joined the majority opinion upholding the law against a substantive due process attack.
Having a background in academia and the nongovernmental sector, he joined the ranks of the government after Georgia's 2003 Rose Revolution, serving as the chairman of the Central Election Commission of Georgia from 2003 to 2004 and then as the mayor of Tbilisi from 2004 to 2005.
He later joined Georgia's United National Movement, then led by Zurab Zhvania ( who later became Georgia's Prime Minister ).
He graduated from the University of Georgia's law school in 1982 and joined the law firm of conservative Georgia congressman Pat Swindall.
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In the interim between now and next year, we trust the House and Senate will put their minds to studying Georgia's very real economic, fiscal and social problems and come up with answers without all the political heroics.
Georgia's mental health program received a badly needed boost from the General Assembly in the form of a $1,750,000 budget increase for the Milledgeville State Hospital.
The jury said it did find that many of Georgia's registration and election laws `` are outmoded or inadequate and often ambiguous ''.
The bond issue will go to the state courts for a friendly test suit to test the validity of the act, and then the sales will begin and contracts let for repair work on some of Georgia's most heavily traveled highways.
Georgia's Department of Agriculture is intensifying its fire ant eradication program in an effort to stay ahead of the fast-spreading pest.
Upper Lars is the only land border crossing that does not go through Georgia's Russian-backed breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
The decline in Georgia's population is caused by the emigration in search of employment, and a sharp fall of birth rates.
Abkhazia and South Ossetia have seceded unilaterally from Georgia and would be given autonomous status if Georgia's territorial integrity were restored.
Consideration of replacing Georgia's republic with some form of constitutional monarchy has become part of the Georgian political debate since the Georgian Orthodox primate and other leading Georgians suggested the idea in 2007.
Georgia's Way has said it intends to have candidates for all the seats in Georgia's upcoming local elections, with Zourabichvili hoping to become Tbilisi Mayor.
Georgia's economy has traditionally revolved around Black Sea tourism, cultivation of citrus fruits, tea and grapes ; mining of manganese and copper ; and output of a big industrial sector producing wine, metals, machinery, chemicals, and textiles.
During that period international financial institutions played a critical role in Georgia's budgetary calculations.
Georgia's location, nestled between the Black Sea, Russia, and Turkey, gives it strategic importance far beyond its size.
In another article, Georgia's Empress and Women Soldiers, she wrote short sketches of four notable Georgia women.
Shackleton and five companions set out in a small boat to summon help, and on 10 May, after an epic voyage, they landed at King Haakon Bay on South Georgia's south coast.