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Judicial temperament, he argues, "influences how and whether the Supreme Court manages to express constitutional values that are recognized by the American people as fundamental or whether it attempts in vain to impose contested values on an unwilling nation.
Indeed, it is a very good thing, Bhagwati argues, despite its foes' protests that it is a tool for corporations to take over the world; its emergence as a rallying cry for every conceivable kind of protectionism; and its sometimes damaging impact on a specific economy, a part of the environment or time-honored business-as-usual.
Kinney argues that the examples of the precocious child, who thrived through merits and ordeal, also served to challenge aristocratic privilege during the Han dynasty.
Mittelstadt argues that the poor, slotted into a categorical program, were sure to receive "close scrutiny", especially since beneficiaries were women and were increasingly divorced, deserted, never married, and non-white.
In what is surely music to the ears of today's neoconservatives, DiLorenzo argues that the deregulation of the energy sector brought the country out of the 1970s energy crisis, and, contrary to popular thinking on the matter, loosening the regulatory grip on private power companies was not the source of the blackouts that gripped California and parts of the northeastern United States just a few years ago.
Reymond, chapter two argues for the presbytery-led church.
Consciousness, he argues, is a biological phenomenon; it is a process of the brain, much as digestion is a process of the stomach.
Thus, critics argue, the DOD assumes exclusive control over its facilities, assuming an inappropriate level of oversight given the department's history with environmental compliance.
Chapter 2 argues that an apocalyptic understanding of Paul's theology (following mostly J.
Comparing publication patterns of the dominant Parisian press with provincial and southern productions, Broomhall argues that, in proportion to their smaller scale, regional presses offered relatively greater opportunities to women than the Parisian center.
Many Norwegians feel that the anti-whaling movement is based solely on emotion, and argue against convention (and despite the fact that whales are sophisticated communicators, and can learn and respond to more than 50 words) that there is little evidence that whales are more intelligent than many farm animals.
Olson argues that the phrase has mainly patriotic meaning.