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|On the one hand, there stood an older generation of planners and social theorists|
. Heirs to the managerialist ... “My generation of the Sixties, with all our great
ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses.” —CAMILLE PAGLIA It
was a ...
|over twenty-five years. ... These people, both my friends and my enemies who are |
here, aren't coming to see me act like a lady. ... But my generation of the Sixties,
with all of our great ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses.
|He runs away from time, which is made of thought, and yet all he can feel is his |
own time, the present. - Montale ... Orwell, George My generation of the Sixties,
with all our great ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses. - Paglia ...
|Beauty is our weapon against nature; by it we make objects, giving them limit, |
symmetry, proportion. Beauty halts ... Paglia, Camille My generation of the Sixties
, with all our great ideals, destroyed liberalism, because of our excesses. - Paglia
|Each of these four presidents was the standard-bearer of progressives' ideals—“|
the great society” as LBJ called it. ... in hoisting in excess of $2 trillion ofsubprime
mortgages onto the balance sheet of America and 'sprinkled' around the world's
... Many readers are not aware of the vast split in the political ocean of the Baby
Boom generation because of historical events ... Arguably, our culture and
behavior was tied to some of the all-time best rock and roll bands and artists: The
- 288 pages
|"You would have assumed that we didn't finish high school, because the White |
press didn't deal with our educational achievements. .... Throughout all this and
on into the 21st century, EBONY was a herald of the greatest revolution in the
history of Black people. ... for so many years — that of mentor, advisor and role
model for a younger generation of Black actors and actresses. ... And I can be as
strong as my male counterpart because that's very much who I am when I want to
- 96 pages
|It is of great importance that we try to learn more about the strange and |
fascinating Chinese nation, . . . the aims of its leaders ... The fact that scientific
and technological developments all over the world are part of a common
development and are ..... Most of our information about these dates from the
decentralization measures of 1957-58. .... Approved deficits were to be made up
by the central government, to which also a proportion of estimated excess
revenue had to be transferred.
- 64 pages
|Almost all the able scientists and engineers who were engaged in military |
research and development during the war turned to peaceful industry and made
every effort to produce ... The majority of Japanese heartily welcomed the
Constitution and had great sympathy for the pacifism declared in the preamble,
but a few remaining nationalists of the old ruling class were rather reluctant to
accept the epoch- making ideals underlying it. .... contradiction to our objective,
the abolition of war.
- 88 pages
|Our surprise at this turn of events must stand as an indictment of those analysts |
and commentators who wanted us to ..... all threaten not only the objectives of
Peking's foreign policy, but the whole ideological fabric which this generation of
.... said something to the effect that when building such a great Communist party
he had never expected to have to destroy it again. ...... As my students explained
it, the "revolutionary" line of Mao Tse-tung has triumphed over the "revisionist"
line of Liu ...
|Discusses the history of modern American liberalism and how its roots were formed by a new class of politically self-conscious intellectuals in the 1920s who were trying to create a hierarchical society that despised the middle class. 15 ...|