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How have the New York Courts addressed equal human rights for the LGBT Community?

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An American Tragedy: The Law and the Arts

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This Era saw the birth of a new nation and a rapid growth of our legal system as men such as Alexander Hamilton, James Kent, John Jay & William Seward made their marks on our history.

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Solicitors General and the US Supreme Court: The New York Influence

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