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This focus on campaign-as-theater redounded to Bush's benefit.
Yet, somehow, his having been correct never redounded to Adams's benefit when it came to public esteem.
Last year it is estimated that between 70 and 80 billion dollars in advantages redounded to the Beijing regime.
During the current economic expansion, the fruits of this tax system have redounded to the benefit of governments with a sales and/or income tax authority.
Stretching further, he then attempts to eliminate benefits that might have redounded to the middle classes (such as social security) and he "limits the figures just to the proportion spent on the poor" (Unger does not define the term and ignores the fact that many of the "poor" receive social security).
That this redounded to the (huge) benefit of his workers and customers - and the workers and customers of his many competitors - was ironic.
The '60s and '70s were often invoked, but, with the exception of Anna Sui's missionary Woodstockdom, they were seldom the real source of the simple chic that redounded in, for example, the elegant sheath dresses produced by Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Saint Laurent.
Although American commitments to Lebanon, Somalia, Vietnam, and Cambodia differed mightily, history reveals that despite immediate costs to AmericaeIUs reputation, disengagement ultimately redounded to AmericaeIUs advantage.