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Few would doubt that British policy rested on a desire to create a landed class and thus promote social and political stability And there is no question that both local and colonial elites used this policy to further their own particular interests.
The pilot, an eight-year Southwest veteran, landed the jetliner safely at 2:40 p.
They are the symbols of the West, the bearers of the region's landed wealth and the elder spokesmen of a day and age when cattle were still king.