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Indiana Supreme Court Dispenses with Magna Carta, Constitution

Written By: Simon Black  |  Posted: Friday, June 3rd, 2011

            On June 10, 1215 AD, after prolonged rebellion and frustrating negotiation, a group of England's most influential barons entered London to force the disastrous King John Softsword into accepting a revolutionary charter of individual freedoms.

            Five days later in the Runnymede meadow of Surrey County, John affixed his royal seal onto what became known as the Magna Carta. It still exists on the books today in England and Wales.

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