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Yes, I did not know the facts, as I said, and I assumed that the employer was a government entity, as opposed to a private entity funded by government. If Woods Hole had been a government entity, it would have been important, because Abrahamson would have had more and better remedies. It would have been important, but not determinative. As I later explained, a private employee has recourse (admittedly not as much recourse as a public employee) under Title VII.

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[sarcasm] Anybody here want to sign up for with Pope Dawkins the First presiding at the heresy trial of one certain Nathaniel Abraham, suspected of not signing up to while pretending to hold scientific qualifications and to practice science? Immediately to follow, a stop-off at the friendly local career-busting strawman burning stake, now immortalised as the Richard von Sternberg memorial stake? [/sarcasm]

October 11, 1812 in Ohio marriedElizabeth Russell August 3, 1831 in Pike Co., Indiana. The childrenof Abraham Case and Elizabeth Russell were:

The question in the Abrahamson case is whether he was willing to spew the evolutionary line when it came time to write his reports. I assume he was; after all, he had been spewing it for decades as evidenced by the fact that he was a credentialed biologist (which is impossible if one does not spew the evolutionary line is school).

August 5, 1810 in Pike Co., Inciana. He married Rebecca Elliott. The children of Abraham Case and RebeccaElliott were:


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But Abraham would not be running model simulations. He would be doing research that may involve direct evolutionary claims. I was wondering if the people at Woods Hole thought Abraham might collaborate on a paper and then hold it hostage, refusing to put his name on it unless they changed some wording. I would not have fired him, but I think there is an actual ethical quandry there: an author of a paper stands by the claims of that paper. If he does work meriting authorship but doesn’t believe in the paper, should he recuse himelf?

In Vigil for Nathaniel Abraham, ACLU Says System …

But Abraham would not be running model simulations. He would be doing research that may involve direct evolutionary claims. I was wondering if the people at Woods Hole thought Abraham might collaborate on a paper and then hold it hostage, refusing to put his name on it unless they changed some wording. I would not have fired him, but I think there is an actual ethical quandry there: an author of a paper stands by the claims of that paper. If he does work meriting authorship but doesn’t believe in the paper, should he recuse himelf?

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Maryland’s proximity to Washington made it a very important state for President Abraham Lincoln — even though his political support there was limited. Indeed, the hostility of local residents forced President-elect Lincoln to sneak through Baltimore in the middle of the night on February 23, 1861 in order to circumvent a murder plot hatched there. Hostility in Maryland led to the suspension of habeas corpus by the President and a confrontation over civil liberties with the Supreme Court’s chief justice, himself a Maryland resident. Maryland was twice invaded by large Confederate armies and on one occasion, a smaller Confederate contingent swept through the state in an attempt to attack Washington. President Lincoln witnessed the attack from the parapet of a Washington fort in July 1864. And finally on April 14, 1865, it was a Maryland native who fired the bullet in Ford’s Theater that was to kill the President.

Founding Fathers - U.S. Constitution

Maryland was a conflicted state. It was also pivotal. In the 1860 presidential election, Tennessee Unionist John Bell narrowly edged out Kentucky Democrat John Breckinridge to capture the state’s electoral votes. Abraham Lincoln received only 2.5 percent of the state’s votes that November. Earlier in May 1860 at the Republican National Convention, Maryland had cast three votes for New York Senator William H. Seward and 8 votes for Edward Bates on the first ballot. It repeated that pattern on the second vote, but on the third ballot, 9 votes went to Mr. Lincoln and just 2 votes for Seward. Soon thereafter, Mr. Lincoln’s nomination was made unanimous.