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Buchanan

1. George. 1506--82, Scottish historian, who was tutor to Mary, Queen of Scots and James VI; author of History of Scotland (1582)
2. James. 1791--1868, 15th president of the US (1857--61)
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As a leading representative of the mainline tradition in the late 20th century, Buchanan is as good a candidate as any to draw the attention of specialists in intellectual history, constitutional economics, political theory, and social philosophy.
But it does suggest why they took the drive in the first place: They were headed to see Buchanan's ex-husband, but got lost.
Brennan reports that Buchanan believed candidates should reply that they were intending to write some piece that academics in two hundred years would regard as constituting good work.
Mum-of-two Hannah and Buchanan had been at a barbecue drinking when Ward drove past, near his home in Ramsgate, Kent, on Father's Day, last June.
The Nobel committee also pointed to Buchanan's "principle of unanimity," which led him to try to imagine the constitutional rules that all citizens could, should, or would unanimously agree to.
MapLight, a journalistic website focusing on money in politics, reported that Buchanan received a "seven-figure" loan for the yacht purchase from BMO Harris Bank, which had been lobbying the Ways and Means Committee on the tax cut legislation.
John, who is the manager of the Cambusmore Estate, near Callander, Stirlingshire, said: "There has not been a chief for a very long time - over 337 years - but there is a thriving community of Buchanan clansmen, clanswomen and septs around the world.
Buchanan also phoned MsWilson, shouted at her, made threats of violence towards her and members of her family and made offensive comments to her.
Buchanan's papers include correspondence, notes, drafts of remarks, and other records relating to his career in Congress representing Pennsylvania, as Secretary of State, and as Minister to Great Britain, along with his presidential years.
This show, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist's work to date, was conceived and curated by artist Park McArthur and curator Jennifer Burris, who developed the show from their research for Beverly Buchanan, 1978-1981, a book on Buchanan's Earthworks.
Boss Hopkin saw second-half goals by Buchanan, Jackson Longridge and Shaun Byrne help his side reclaim top spot from hosts Brechin.
Yet as president, Buchanan chose the wrong path at every fork in the road.