Mass Anti-Government Protests in Egypt, Round Two of Texas Abortion Debate, Reflecting on the Battle of Gettysburg

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Monday, July 01, 2013

Egypt's constitutional court refused to rule on the new constitution citing "the threat of harm" from protestors. December 2012. (Getty)

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