Author: Paul Scott
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ISBN: 9781545493496
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Traumatized by the war and indoctrinated with a set of radical beliefs, he concludes he must kill the people responsible for climate change. He draws up list of targets and plans his travels to kill them.

Radical Research

Author: John Schostak
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134149492
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Smugglers rake in around €4 billion (£2.7 billion) a year from the EU, reckons
Michael Jandl, of the International Centre for Migration Policy Development, an
intergovernmental think-tank based in Vienna. (Legrain 2006: 38) And within
each state there are ... Evaluation, then, is radical to the extent that it manifests
what is at stake for whomsoever, in terms of the rights to be involved in decisions
about the distribution of resources. By identifying the principles under which
resources are ...


Author: David Platt
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 1601422229
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They claimChrist is necessary for salvation, yet they live their Christianity in
silence,as if people around them in the world will indeed be okayin the
endwithout Christ. ... living each day as though it's not absolutely urgent totell
others about Christ, then I invite youto approach this chapter considering the
practical and eternal implications of what the Bibleteaches. Let'snot forget what's
at stake. We have already seen thatmore than 4.5 billion people in the world
today are without Christ.


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Next week the Eisenhower administration presents its new military budget for
fiscal 1959. If supplements to the '58 budget are included, reports presage a $40
billion rate of spending, some $2 billion greater than that of the last 12 months.
Most of this increase is for speeding up missiles and research. It will be generally
welcomed by those who think U.S. defense is in crisis, but it will not satisfy them.
The new budget does not represent the radical shift in strategic thinking these
critics ...

A Radical Green Political Theory

Author: Alan Carter
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136290281
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so as to ensure that future children will 'drown', as it were, in a sea of life*
threatening pollution. In short, as it appears to be morally ... It is also widely
regarded as immoral to put their lives at serious risk. If it is our moral obligation to
... generations, it is surely incontrovertible that we are presently acting so as to be
running a significant risk of so doing — indeed, acting so as to be running a
significant risk of causing billions of future people almost unimaginable suffering.
But that is surely ...

United States Of America Congressional Record Proceedings And Debates Of The 110th Congress Second Session Volume 154 Part 13

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If you drill one well in ANWR, you've got an almost 100 percent chance of finding
a well that will produce tens of thousands of barrels a day, millions of barrels a
year, billions of barrels over the life of the field, but we can't do it because. in the
1920s ... I don't think that's radical. Is it radical to drill in the eastern Gulf of Mexico
, which even the Democrats are beginning to think might make some sense? ls it
radical to see what's off the Atlantic coast? Do you know how much exploration,
how ...

My Life In Politics

Author: Jacques Chirac
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1137088036
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All that had a cost: a deficit in 1995 that had increased by 60 billion francs over
three years, despite 110 billion francs of debt paid off by the state. Eventually, this
deficit, along ... Because its very survival was at stake, we now had to adapt the
functioning of the national health insurance system to these new realities while
remaining faithful to the ... Its salvation will be found in radical innovations,
involving modernization of the medical system and new working practices.” We
could not ...

The Life Of Isaac Newton

Author: Richard S. Westfall
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521477376
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Wound up as tighdy as he was now, and with his honor at stake, he could not put
the dispute aside simply because his antagonist had died. It was 1723 when its
final faint echo was ... and the set of seven added to the Latin edition. Continuing
a retreat from the radical stance of earlier years, he now postulated a cosmic
aether ... and exceedingly more elastick and active." He concluded indeed that
the ratio of its elastic force to its density must be more than 490 billion times that
of air.

United States Of American Congressional Record

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The automatic sequester will require us to live within the guidelines we have set
for ourselves, ultimately helping to balance our country's budget. ... The President
of the American Legion has written to express his profound concern about
entitlement caps, as well he should because the projected cuts of the Kirk
proposal, $28 military retirement and disability, $22 billion veterans' benefits,
TRICARE for life, $6 billion. ... It certainly is not going to be fixed by radical
proposals like this.

Global Governance And Financial Crises

Author: Meghnad Desai
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134405685
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The three routes to financial crises Figure 7.1 shows the key 'Kindlebergian' issue
at stake: the extraordinary surge in capital inflows following financial
liberalisation in all crisiscountries. The turnaround is extraordinary: in the case of
Brazil the difference between the two periods amounts to about US$220 billion,
in Mexico US$150 billion, and in the three East Asian countries US$260 billion (
all figures at constant 1999 values). The principal component of these surges in
capital inflows ...