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|Power? It's like a Dead Sea fruit. When you achieve it, there is nothing there. - |
Macmillan, Harold Power never takes a step back except in the face of more
power. - Malcolm X Every addition to true knowledge is an addition to human
|As Frederick Douglass said, power concedes nothing without a demand. |
Malcolm X elaborated, Power never takes a step back, except in the face of more
power. Rather than deferring to others to make changes for us through votes or ...
|Power never takes a step back only in the face of more power. Malcolm X |
TEACHING OBJECTIVES Explain hierarchical model of power Provide
examples of hierarchical power issues Inform on the nature of conflict and
|105 John Locke said that "he that thinks absolute power purifies men's bloods.. ..|
need read but the history of this or any other age to be convinced of ... 1" Malcolm
X said that "power never takes a step back only in the face of more power.
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|William Wycherley There is no adversary more implacable than a wife suing for |
alimony. - William Wycherley Wit is more desirable than beauty. No young
woman ... You must take it. - Malcolm X Power never takes a step back except
when it is confronted by more power. ... with patriotism that you can't face reality.
Wrong is ...
|This is the only way you end oppression with power. Power never takes a back |
step only in the face of more power. Power doesn't back up in the face of a
smile, or in the face of a threat, or in the face of some kind of non- violent loving ...
|He stared at me a minute and a sly smile slid into his eyes, nothing like the |
expressions he usually had on his face. ... Most of us have no more resistance to
vampiric powers than any human nor are there many souls pure enough to
resist the demon. ... He swung back to me, and he looked just as he always had,
that instant of something more was gone as if it had never been. I took a step
back anyway because my instincts were telling me that I wasn't the biggest
|If this means taking advantage of unjust standards, then so be it: these standards |
will never be changed until women get more power. ... ahead in a particular way;
it is revealing that Nelson puts the case in terms of a woman who needed a face-
lift for her job. ... For sheer rhetorical power, even the particular job Nelson
describes is well-chosen. ... Take a step back, though, and it is hard to CARL
|By taking a step back and looking more closely at the argument, not only can we |
see how Locke reached this conclusion, we can also notice ... In the state of
nature, or, more specifically, in its ordinary variety, the aggressor's might faces
two obstacles. ... of war between the two occurs in the state of nature, because
civil society has never entrusted either the usurper or the conqueror with political