tumultuousness


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When the Democrats, in 1996, returned to ChicagoAa the site of their 1968 disasterAa gallons of ink were spilled about whether history would repeat itself, as though the problem had been Chicago itself rather than the general tumultuousness of 1968.
Both works contain beautiful slow movements - the first an almost sinister prelude to a shake-out finale; the second, with a refreshingly singing intense serenity leading to a conclusion, shot through from the outset with the rodeo-like tumultuousness of America's late godfather of classical, Aaron Copland.
Though she shares the optimism found in the Manpower survey, she's also mindful that the tumultuousness of the geopolitical climate could quash any hiring booms.