On the official United States Court of Federal Claims’ website’s Pro Se Information section, two law dictionaries are listed: Black’s Law Dictionary (which we’ve found listed upon other federal government websites as well) and also Ballantine’s Law Dictionary. There are two versions of Ballantine’s Law Dictionary utilized throughout this site for First Amendment purposes in order to bring pertinent information to people in such a manner so as to reduce harm and raise appreciation for rights according to their true measure. All copyrighted material found throughout this website is utilized in accordance with Fair Use. Information about and photographs of Third Edition of Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (1969) may be found HERE, and information and photographs of this Legal Assistant Edition are located below:
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– 35th President of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy
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