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His masculinity resides in his ability to govern the "blood" that attempts to behave treasonously and rule his "safer guides.
Lemon thus claims that Malcolm is a traitor too, that he is attempting to usurp the throne: "he [Malcolm] treasonously attacks a legitimate [
The most famous prosecution under the act was the trial of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, who were executed based on claims they acted treasonously (Klarevas 2005).
53) This makes it less likely they will amend their living wills as their opinions develop and more likely that their living wills will treasonously misrepresent their wishes.
Viewers will be outraged when they learn that the mere suburban housewife who organized the Million Mom March is in reality a political veteran, a former congressional staffer, and publicist for CBS news; that Bill Clinton should have been impeached not for lying but for treasonously handing over top-secret military technology to the Communist Chinese in return for campaign funding; that the government knew in advance about the horrifying Oklahoma City bombing; that Bosnians supposedly imprisoned in concentration camps behind barbed wire by Serbs were actually free outside while the television photographers were inside the barbed wire (one reporter won a Pulitzer Prize for this fraud).