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It appealed to the principles of "freedom" and "democracy" to impose its agenda on foreign nations, further restrict the liberties of Americans, and exclude debates on social legislation that threatened to bring into question the privileged status of the wealthy and socially powerful elite.
Although this would be at higher Euro and dollar prices than before, "this should not bring into question the restructuring of the coal industry that continues to be necessary in a number of EU member states", said the report, 'the market for solid fuels in the (European) Community in 2003 and 2004'.
The Still Unanswered Questions" to bring into question the assumption made by the press, Congress, and the 9/11 Commission that the attacks resulted from intelligence and communication failures.