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However, rather than look at Magna Carta as a document of wisdom and magnanimity, the Durham exhibition will put it in the context of resistance to authority, including the Wars of the Roses, the Great Reform Act, women's suffrage and the recent Occupy movement.
They are accused of complicity in the seizure of a hostage, complicity in organizing the death threats, violence against a representative of authorities, hooliganism and resistance to authority according to the Criminal Code of Kyrgyzstan.
The defining feature of their anarchism was their accent on individual independence, refusal of all constraints on liberty, and resistance to authority, especially that of the established state.
This is most strongly expressed toward the end of the book where resistance to authority is raised as a core Lutheran characteristic (and not simply submission to authority).
In Greece, however, the character remains a powerful icon of resistance to authority even though Karagiozis performances are now only practiced by a few enthusiasts.
The introduction gives an excellent overview of the role that music has played in political and social manifestations of power and resistance to authority.
In oppressive regimes forms of community media emerged as resistance to authority.
For all of his earlier resistance to authority, Bunyan, Pooley argues, was not "keen on 'willful resistance'" to King James II.
Whereas A Red Death features a working poor black man's active resistance to official coercion, the resistance to authority in Dashiell Hammett's third novel, The Maltese Falcon (1930), differs only in that the hero's socioeconomic and professional standing exceeds Easy's.
somewhat of the opposite, it was an expression of futility in resistance to authority.
Although Kronenfeld admits that no other English writer at the time recommended more than passive resistance to tyrants, a "potential for resistance to authority," she declares, existed even in relatively conservative Protestant writings (166-67).
In Mariam, Cary explores with complexity and considerable ambiguity issues such as female resistance to authority and the nature of domestic and political tyranny.

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