political upheaval

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However, a reader might be justified in hearing this audio as a history of a culture suffering a time of moral ambivalence and political upheaval, lacking in heroes, trying to find its way, as well.
The hesitation to make the English Bible available, the essay argues, was a result not of theological conservatism but of social conservatism--fear that reading the Bible would result in political upheaval.
But Peru's political upheaval promises to erode the fiscal scenario over the short term.
And they hope the reverberations of the threatened political upheaval will be felt far beyond Vermont's mountainous borders.
We are just coming out of a long nightmare of violence and political upheaval.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu confirmed that an offshore network was set up to protect the company's mining interests in Zaire from political upheaval and possible nationalization.
Summary: CAIRO: Egypt's top archaeologist, Zahi Hawass, warned that the country's antiquity sites were being looted by criminals amid the country's political upheaval as he announced he would no longer serve in his ministerial post in the government.
remembers his life under Nazi and communist rule in Hungary and Romania and provides a eyewitness account of the social and political upheaval in the region from the middle 1930s to the middle 1960s.
The sons of the two rivals are friends until the political upheaval.
It opened its arms to foreign investors in recent years, especially in the energy banking and mining sectors, but has seen its economy struggle under the burden of low oil prices and political upheaval.