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  • activists have been concerned with issues such as individual autonomy, political rights, social freedom, economic independence, abortion and reproductive ri ...-wave. Throughout most of its history, most leaders of feminist social and political movements, and feminist theorists, have been middle-class white women, pred
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  • ...n, Khomeini became [[Supreme Leader]] of Iran—the paramount symbolic political figure of the new Islamic Republic until his death. ...alestinian]]s as well as in [[Lebanon]], where it support the anti-Israeli political and para-military organization known as [[Hizbullah]]. Many [[Sunni]] Musli
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  • ...s Chapter 236: Columbus Day] Retrieved October 14, 2013.</ref><ref>[ ... deal with the evidence are frequently depicted as [[political correctness|politically correct]] revisionists. To support his position Solomon quoted from the [
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  • ...ecalled that the young women were in a gloomy mood and seemed to sense the political upheaval that was about to be unleashed.<ref>Maylunas and Mironenko, 1997, ...e embellished with various contemporary reports of trains and houses being searched for 'Anastasia Romanov' by Bolshevik soldiers and secret police.<ref>Kurt
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  • ...philosophers, and even political leaders have pointed out, one of the most politically revolutionary figures of his times. Having been born into a middle-class ...suffering a miscarriage early in their marriage. David then does some soul-searching and eventually marries and finds true happiness with Agnes Wickfield, hi
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  • ...serious issues to the mundane. Continuing a family tradition in [[politics|political]] affairs, he was a prominent [[liberalism|liberal]], [[Socialism|socialist ...l's voice carried great moral authority, even into his nineties. Among his political activities, Russell was a vigorous proponent of [[nuclear disarmament]] and
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  • ...known as a place for political prisoners and as a mechanism for repressing political opposition to the Soviet state. Though it imprisoned millions, the name bec ...n all its forms and varieties: labor camps, punishment camps, criminal and political camps, women's camps, children's camps, transit camps. Even more broadly, "
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  • ...="hume">David Hume, "Of the Standard of Taste." ''David Hume: Essays Moral Political and Literary.'' (Indianapolis, Literary Classics 5, 1987.)</ref> Thus, sens ...ulsive partly because it signifies for us over-consumption and offends our political or moral values.<ref name="aestbq"> Carolyn Korsmeyer, ed. ''Aesthetics: Th
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  • ...ation camp''' is a large detention center created for [[political dissent|political opponents]], specific [[ethnic group|ethnic]] or [[religion|religious]] gro ...which were established by local authorities, to hold, [[torture]], or kill political prisoners and "undesirables" like outspoken [[journalism|journalists]] and
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  • ...nsisted of small and usually isolated groups. They were unable to mobilize political opposition to Hitler, and their only real strategy was to persuade leaders ... keep their parties alive in the hope of being able to take advantage of a political change in the future. An exception was the SPD activist [[Julius Leber]], w
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  • ... the Nigerian government retook the region in 1970, he involved himself in political parties but soon resigned due to frustration over the corruption and elitis ... recent migrants from the rural villages. Achebe reveled in the social and political activity around him and later drew upon his experiences when describing the
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  • ...erican]] [[author]], [[playwright]], [[essayist]], [[screenwriter]], and [[political activist]]. His third novel, ''[[The City and the Pillar]]'' (1948), outrag ...write about politics, he ran for political office twice and was a longtime political commentator. Never afraid that his comments would be offensive and always e
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  • ...</ref> Clyde was "a machine behind the wheel," driving dangerous roads and searching for places where they might sleep or have a meal without being discovere ... Despite Methvin's confession, which was accepted by the Courts, and the research of the major Bonnie and Clyde historians, who found she was not involved in
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  • ...on of a [[Socialism with Chinese characteristics|market economy]] and some political liberalization that relaxed the system inherited from [[Mao Zedong]].
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  • ...xobiology'', and the term "exopolitics" may be used to denote the study of political relations between humanity and extraterrestrial [[civilization]]s. Speculat ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre
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  • ... ideal for most Muslims is a community in which the religious, social, and political are united. ==Religious and political authority==
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  • Adam Smith was a Scottish political economist, lecturer, and essayist. His ''An Inquiry in to the Cause of the ...This remained a foundation of economic theory until the 1930s. However one political economist, Malthus, a contemporary of Say, was unconvinced.
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  • ...;1930&nbsp;[[Clyde Tombaugh|Clyde&nbsp;Tombaugh]] was working on a project searching for a ninth planet at [[Lowell Observatory]]. Tombaugh's work was to sys ..., 2007}}</ref> The work continued after Lowell's death in 1916. Lowell was searching for a theoretical [[Planet X]] to match observations seen in Uranus and
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  • ...dinary range who made major contributions to [[economics]], [[history]], [[political philosophy]], and [[law|legal theory]]. He developed and extended the [[Aus ... his style of [[libertarianism]], developing a unique synthesis, the new [[political philosophy]] of [[Anarcho-capitalism]]. Anarcho-capitalism is a [[utopia]]n
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  • ...increasing in the People's Republic of China. A heated debate, tinged with political implications, exists between those who support the use of simplified charac ...and books on ancient [[literature]] and [[Chinese poetry|poetry]], and [[research]]. Traditional Chinese remains ubiquitous on buildings predating [[communis
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