In 1863, a Union Army plan to ship prostitutes up the river goes poorly.
Volume VIII, Number 1 | winter 2015
In ancient Athens if a citizen was accused of killing another citizen, he would be brought before the Areopagus, the highest court of law, and might face the death penalty. If the citizen was accused of killing a resident alien, a slave, or a foreigner, he was tried in a lower court, the Palladion, and faced, at worst, exile.
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