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Under the 1939 Code this item was permitted to survive a tax-free reorganization in the Stanton Brewery case, but only over the dissent of Judge Learned Hand, who wrote the majority opinion in the Sansome case, a leading case requiring carryover of earnings and profits in a non-taxable reorganization.
Lincoln was a master politician, bringing together — and holding together — all the main factions of the Republican Party, and bringing in War Democrats such as Edwin M. Stanton and Andrew Johnson as well.
He especially was able to begin a positive relationship with War Secretary Stanton, though it would completely deteriorate later.
Shortly after Lincoln's death, Gen. William T. Sherman reported he had, without consulting Washington, reached an armistice agreement with Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, an agreement which was unacceptable to the President and outraged Stanton, since it made no provision for emancipation of slaves or freedmen's rights.
It was also agreed that some reorganization of the cabinet would be helpful to draw more Democratic support ; though changes were made, Seward and Stanton, who had the most tenuous relationship with the party, were not affected.
Since Congress was in recess, Johnson thought he could suspend Stanton without Senate approval and avoid violating the Tenure of Office Act.
In 1979, the title to the landfill was transferred from the city to the Battery Park City Authority, which financially restructured itself and created a new, more viable master plan, designed by Alex Cooper and Stanton Eckstut.
Corbett was immediately arrested for violation of his orders, but Stanton later had the charges dropped.
Despite losing this match, Essendon's performance was good enough for its players to be awarded Brownlow Medal votes – best-on-ground was Brent Stanton ( 3 votes ), followed by Jason Johnson ( 2 votes ) and Andrew Lovett ( 1 vote ).
Graham Stanton rejects Petrine authorship because 1 Peter was most likely written during the reign of Domitian in AD 81, which is when he believes widespread Christian persecution began, which is long after the death of Peter.
The campanile was constructed during 1897-1898 as a memorial to Margaret MacDonald Stanton, Iowa State's first dean of women, who died on July 25, 1895.
The site was selected by Margaret's husband, Edgar W. Stanton, with the help of then-university president William M. Beardshear.
He had German, Scots-Irish, and English ancestry, and was the seventh of nine children born to Cynthia Ann ( née Stanton ) and Benjamin Ward Baum, only five of whom survived into adulthood.
His mother, Cynthia Stanton, was a direct descendant of Thomas Stanton, one of the four Founders of what is now Stonington, Connecticut.
It was produced by Jonathan Wacks and Peter McCarthy, with executive producer Michael Nesmith, and stars Harry Dean Stanton and Emilio Estevez.
She was co-founder of the first Women's Temperance Movement with Elizabeth Cady Stanton as President.
In 1851, on a street in Seneca Falls, Anthony was introduced to Elizabeth Cady Stanton by a mutual acquaintance, as well as fellow feminist Amelia Bloomer.
The principal author of the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments was Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who based it on the form of the United States Declaration of Independence.
He was not listed in the 1865 New York state census, but his wife Anne Northup was reported as still living in nearby Moreau in Saratoga County, with their daughter and son-in-law, Margaret and Philip Stanton.
Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton drafted the amendment and first introduced it in 1878 ; it was forty-one years later, in 1919, when the Congress submitted the amendment to the states for ratification.
Stanton even declared so publicly with scorn for Sherman ; Grant, concerned that his lead commander's mistake not be mishandled, requested a cabinet meeting to discuss the problem, and offered to personally deliver the message of repudiation to Sherman, who was expected to be quite vexed.

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Johnson managed to nullify the agreement, initially placating Stanton on the one hand, but without alienating Sherman and his allies.
The only one that was materially questioned was the ninth, the one Stanton had added regarding women's right to vote.
Women in the congregations reported to Stanton, who saw the actions of the ministers as cowardly ; in their congregations, no one would be allowed to reply.
Some of Stanton's work during this period shows Ditko influence ( see below ), and the introduction to one book of Stanton's work says, " Eric Stanton drew his pictures in India ink, and they were then hand-coloured
The first post office for the Kittrell area, with Elisha Overton as its first postmaster, was established in 1854, replacing one in neighboring Stanton in the Epping Forest area which lacked direct railroad access, this establishment occurring shortly after Kittrell's Depot became operational.
Grant wrote to Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton after he ordered a 100-gun salute to celebrate Sheridan's victory at Cedar Creek, " Turning what bid fair to be a disaster into glorious victory stamps Sheridan, what I have always thought him, one of the ablest of generals.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, one of the organizers of the 1848 Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention and recognized as " the philosopher and chief publicist of the radical wing of the 19th century women's rights rights movement ", lived in Seneca Falls from 1847 to 1863.
* Stanton College Preparatory School, one of the top ranked high schools in the United States
On the previous occasion, Reynolds wrote in a private letter, " If we do not get some one soon who can command an army without consulting ' Stanton and Halleck ' at Washington, I do not know what will become of this Army.
In 1859, Stanton was the defense attorney in the sensational trial of Daniel E. Sickles, a politician and later a Union general, who was tried on a charge of murdering his wife's lover, Philip Barton Key II ( son of Francis Scott Key ), but was acquitted after Stanton invoked one of the first uses of the insanity defense in U. S. history.
He served briefly in Washington, where his opinions clashed with newly appointed Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton on tactics and Union command organization for the Shenandoah Valley campaign against Stonewall Jackson, and Stanton became one of Rosecrans's most vocal critics.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton ( November 12, 1815-October 26, 1902 ) was one of the most influential women in first wave feminism.
Astrophysicist Bulwark Stanton, the most devious of the group, is obsessed with little girls and keeps a mechanical effigy of one at home.
Stanton Airfield also has a Link Trainer, one of the first flight simulators, used to train WWII pilots.
She has one daughter, and a partner ; Warwick Stanton.
For his efforts in that situation, Stanton was awarded one of three personal Peabody Awards ( the others coming in 1959 and 1960 ).
When one, Julius LaRosa, hired a manager following a minor dispute with Godfrey, the star consulted with Stanton, who suggested he release the popular LaRosa, then a rising star, on the air – just as he'd hired him on the air in 1951.
The geophysical work transformed the traditional view of Stanton Drew as being a surface monument and the Great Circle is now seen as being one of the largest and most impressive Neolithic monuments to have been built.
Following Drynan's death, Kelvin Grove was owned or leased by a succession of different people, including the Haberfield real-estate developer Richard Stanton, Croydon brick-maker William Downton, and two sisters named Freeman ( one of whom was a nurse ).

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In January 1862, after many complaints of inefficiency and profiteering in the War Department, Lincoln replaced Simon Cameron with Edwin Stanton as War Secretary.
The minutes were read, then Stanton spoke in defense of the many severe accusations brought against the much-abused " Lords of Creation.
In 1870, Paulina Wright Davis authored a history of the antebellum women's rights movement, and received approval of her account from many of the involved suffragists including Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Schreiber has narrated a number of documentaries, along with Michael G. Stanton, many of them aired as part of PBS series such as American Experience, Nova, and Secrets of the Dead.
There is also an old cemetery located north of Wurtsboro called the Stanton Cemetery where many of the oldest settlers are buried.
Stanton, who later worked in partnership with Susan B. Anthony and served for many years as president of the National Woman Suffrage Association ( NWSA ), spent her childhood in Johnstown, where she studied at the Johnstown Academy.
In the late 19th century many of the businessmen in the area were from Syria such as George Dan 1890, Stanton and Aziz Melick in 1888 and Shafiqah Shasha and Anthony and Simon Coorey in the 1890s.
It was however not until 1986 that the Catalogue was first made widely available when the American scholar Jeremiah Stanton Finch, Dean Emeritus at Princeton University, completed the indexing of the books of Sir Thomas and his son Edward Browne's libraries, " after many years in many libraries ".
And despite Lincoln's pledge to give the general in chief full control, both he and Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton micromanaged many aspects of the military strategy of the nation.
Stanton and other radical suffragists pushed for a broader scope, to address the many concerns of women.
In June 1866, Mallory visited Washington, where he called on many of his old friends and political adversaries, including President Johnson and Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, who received him cordially.
The Jesus Fellowship was founded in 1969, when Noel Stanton ( 1926 – 2009 ), at that time the lay pastor of the Bugbrooke village Baptist chapel near Northampton, East Midlands, was inspired by a charismatic experience which led him to successfully expand the congregation, largely by appealing to a younger generation of worshippers As the new church grew and became more charismatic in nature, many of the original congregation left to continue worshipping in the more traditional churches.
Dr. Stanton served for many years as a Red Cross volunteer, concentrating on public information and fundraising.
Sending and receiving letters from Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Edison, Nichola Tesla, Booker T. Washington, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Ernst Mach, Ernst Haeckel, John Dewey, and many more.
In World War II, Toulminville had become an upper-middle class suburb, with many affluent neighborhoods built along Stanton and Summerville Streets.
Prominent leaders of the feminist movement in the United States include Lucretia Coffin Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, and Susan B. Anthony ; Anthony and other activists such as Victoria Woodhull and Matilda Joslyn Gage made attempts to cast votes prior to their legal entitlement to do so, for which many of them faced charges.
They find many of the inhabitants on Huma wearing a new type of aug created by a company known as DragonCorp, and Pelter and his crew are all outfitted with them, except for Stanton.
" Love Will Tear Us Apart " was first covered by New Order ( at the Edgbaston Tower Ballroom, Birmingham on 9 May 1983 ) and has been covered by many artists including Paul Young, Adrian Borland, Thom Yorke, Mark Owen, Björk, Nerina Pallot, Hawksley Workman, Calexico, Bloc Party, The Cure, Swans, Unbroken, Broken Social Scene, Nouvelle Vague, Human Drama, Heavens, Fall Out Boy, José González, Red Mecca, Yat-Kha, Stanton Miranda, U2, David Gahan, Adam Green, John Frusciante, Arcade Fire, Revere, Squarepusher, Honeyroot, Chris Edwards, Susanna and the Magical Orchestra, Moonspell, The Blood Divine, Simple Minds, Oysterband with June Tabor, Paul Young, Centre Excuse, Jamie Cullum, Evelyn Evelyn, Bis, In the Nursery, Apoptygma Berzerk and The Mulhollands.
It was a huge springboard for many cartoonists and animators who would later become famous, including John Kricfalusi ( creator of The Ren and Stimpy Show ), Bruce W. Timm ( producer of Batman: The Animated Series ), Jim Reardon ( writer for Tiny Toon Adventures, Wall-E and director of many Simpsons episodes ), Tom Minton ( writer and producer for many Warner Bros. television cartoons, including Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, Baby Looney Tunes and Duck Dodgers ), Lynne Naylor ( co-founder of Spümcø, character designer for Batman: The Animated Series and storyboard artist for The Powerpuff Girls and Cow and Chicken among other work ), Rich Moore ( animation director for The Simpsons and Futurama ), Andrew Stanton ( director of Finding Nemo and Wall-E ) and others.
" To many students, Stanton is known for its challenging academics and rigorous standards.
Stanton has many honor societies that support students in multiple fields.

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