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|2 The power of a movement lies in the fact that it can indeed change the habits of |
people. This change is not the result of force but of ... of my Soul, Preface (1969).
8 The silent majority distrusts people who believe in causes. BRIAN MOORE (b.
|Bookworld Lies of Silence reviewed by Ma ire Crowe Samuel Beckett: A |
Biography reviewed by Frank Shouldice PLANT A. BRIAN Moore says ... The
silent majority distrusts people who believe in causes, and with some reason.
People like ...
|James, William If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you |
are his sincere friend. Therein is a drop of honey ... Merrill, William P. The silent
majority distrusts people who believe in causes. - Moore, Brian It isn't until you ...
|With that thought, I believe that there are three basic reasons why the political |
parties have declined in recent years. First, I believe the ... To learn that the
President could be involved in such an activity was beyond the comprehension of
Nixon's "Silent Majority." This incident brought about in people a sudden distrust
of the federal government and in particular with the Republican party. The
support the ...
|Less in disagreement than in resignation, a native southerner replied that the “|
thing that worries some people now is not race ... in the clogged freeways for
which there is no visible relief, and in the growing transient population that
causes more problems than it cares about solving. ... Soliciting the views of thirty
business and political leaders, the newspaper chronicled the pro- found distrust
between a ...
|... officers believe that their profession is negatively perceived in British society – |
and for reasons of inefficiency caused by a lack ... The majority believe that some
people are positive whereas others are negative to them: N-PO-11: 'the police is
one of ... on its behalf ... secondly, I believe the UK has always had, and
continues to have, a massive silent majority that generally ... Bulgarian police
representatives hold the view that their profession is still perceived with distrust
|Most supported, for whatever reasons, the government's position on the war as |
outlined by President Wilson. ... In addition, the leadership seems to have shared
a distrust of the majority, whom they believed opposed the war. ... acquired it in
their work; but regardless of how the belief was acquired, eventually most of the
people who worked for mobilization in Missouri came to feel distinctly in the
|in creating or exacerbating distrust in government. ... At the same time, many in |
the "silent majority" saw liberal governments in Washington backing proposals
like the ... for women, which they believed furthered the social disintegration that
had begun in the permissive era of the 1960s. ... of entitlements, including the
burgeoning Social and Cultural Causes of Dissatisfaction with U.S. Government
|Irrespective of the cause, the economic constraints facing many rural and urban |
areas in Africa leave people with few options for improving their ... Growing.
distrust. One problem in conventional conservation efforts has been the almost
exclusive emphasis on the establishment of national ... These people are the
silent majority who are determining whether much of the continent's wildlife will
|... Nixon's “silent majority” urged Vice President Agnew to take up the cause ofthe |
Indians because the previous administration had ... This may have been because
they believed that the NCIO—given its position in the vice president's office—
wielded more ... of duty had fostered an atmosphere of distrust, which in turn
weakened tribal self-determination and local control. ... B.I.A. administrator with a
less-self-concerned individual and with a more people-oriented individual,” Lupe