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Fossella's political career began in April 1994, when he won a special election to the New York City Council, representing Staten Island's South Shore and Mid-Island section.
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In contrast, most Republicans from New York City ( such as Rudy Giuliani, Michael Bloomberg, and Fossella's two predecessors, Guy and Susan Molinari ) tend to be fairly moderate.
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Fossella's great-grandfather, James A. O ' Leary, represented Staten Island in Congress from 1935 to 1944.
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After years of getting ratings in the 90s from the ACU, some of Fossella's voting record shifted more toward the center.
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This may not be the greatest but it certainly comes close to being the greatest lesson Sam Rayburn's career, up to this hour, teaches all of us who would aspire to distinction in political life under our processes of government.
This distant territory was a Democratic stronghold, and acceptance of the post would have effectively ended his legal and political career in Illinois, so he declined and resumed his law practice.
As a Jeffersonian and Jacksonian, Johnson refused to toe any party line throughout his political career – though he primarily ran as a Democrat, with the exception of his vice-presidency.
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Thackeray began his professional career as a cartoonist with the English language daily the The Free Press Journal in Mumbai, but left it in 1960 to form his own political weekly Marmik.
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Disraeli had been considering a political career as early as 1830, before he departed England for the Mediterranean.
The split in the Tory / Conservative party over the repeal of the Corn Laws had profound implications for Disraeli's political career: almost every Conservative politician with official experience followed Peel, leaving the rump bereft of leadership.
Some believed that Hague had been unlucky, although most considered him to be a talented orator and an intelligent statesman, he had come up against the charismatic Tony Blair in the pomp of his political career, and it was no surprise that little progress was made in reducing Labour's majority after a relatively smooth parliament.
Jim Borgman had graduated from Kenyon before Watterson arrived, but his work as a political cartoonist so impressed Bill that he decided to pursue a career as one himself.
Although this can be seen as social commentary, Chaplin's films did not contain overt political themes or messages until later on his career in the 1930s.
His political career in the federal cabinet was unique in that he had served four ministerial posts in the years between 1953 and 1969.
The ancient Roman concept of virtus ( i. e. of virtue that had to be proved by a political or military career ), which Cicero suggested as the solution to the societal problems of the late Republic, meant little to them.
Currently, political power is shared by a Somali president and an Afar prime minister, with an Afar career diplomat as Foreign Minister and other cabinet posts roughly divided.
The political career of Vespasian included the offices of quaestor, aedile and praetor, and culminated with a consulship in 51, the year of Domitian's birth.
While Titus received a court education in the company of Britannicus, Vespasian pursued a successful political and military career.
Where his political and military career had ended in disappointment, Domitian's private affairs were more successful in 70.
One significant episode in David's political career that earned him a great deal of contempt was the execution of Emilie Chalgrin.
Aeschylus and Sophocles were innovative, but Euripides had arrived at a position in the " ever-changing genre " where he could move easily between tragic, comic, romantic and political effects, a versatility that appears in individual plays and also over the course of his career.
In 1920, Adolf Hitler had just begun his political career as the leader of the tiny and as-yet-unknown Deutsche Arbeiterpartei / DAP German Workers Party, which was soon renamed the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei / NSDAP ( National Socialist German Workers Party ) or Nazi Party in Munich.
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`` The political and intellectual Left began fighting humor and comedy years ago, because they fear things they do not understand and cannot manage, such as satire and irony, such as humor and comedy.
The political push to increase cooperation among the then-loyal colonies began with the Albany Congress in 1754 and Benjamin Franklin's proposed intercolonial collaboration to help solve mutual local problems themselves ; the Articles of Confederation would bear some resemblance to it.
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A discussion about the methods of the political use of technology in the creation of a super-bomb began the ideological divergence between Andrei Sakharov and Nikita Khrushchev.
In the modern world, the killing of important people began to become more than a tool in power struggles between rulers themselves and was also used for political symbolism, such as in the propaganda of the deed.
As a result of the political and economical tensions brought on by the Cold War, on 13 August 1961, East Germany began building of the Berlin Wall between East and West Berlin and similar barriers around West Berlin, and events escalated to a tank standoff at Checkpoint Charlie on 27 October 1961.
The political terms of " modern ", " progressive " or " new " Liberalism began to appear in the mid to late 1880s and became increasingly common to denote the tendency in the Liberal Party to favour an increased role for the state as more important than the classical liberal stress on self-help and freedom of choice.
During the 1960s the political atmosphere began to gradually change, and attention was once again directed to Chaplin's films instead of his political views.
In 1980, after Tito's death, economic, political, and religious difficulties started to mount and the federal government began to crumble.
After Stalin took political control of most of Eastern Europe and began to subvert other governments in the Balkans, Attlee's and Bevin's worst fears of Soviet intentions were realized.
The National Front system itself eventually began to be seen as a form of political repression by dissidents and even many mainstream voters, especially after wljhhat was apparently later confirmed as the fraudulent election of Conservative candidate Misael Pastrana in 1970, which resulted in the defeat of the relatively populist candidate Gustavo Rojas.
, two years after its implementation began, the security situation of inside Colombia has shown some measure of an improvement and the economy, while still fragile, has also shown some positive signs according to observers, but relatively little has yet to have been accomplished in structurally solving most of the country's other grave problems, possibly in part due to legislative and political conflicts between the administration and the Colombian Congress ( including those over the controversial project to eventually re-elect Uribe ), and a relative lack of freely allocated funds and credits.
While the term " liberal " had been used to describe all political forces in Colombia, the conservatives began describing themselves as " conservative liberals " and their opponents as " red liberals ".
In AD 40, Caligula began implementing very controversial policies that introduced religion into his political role.
Since the KMT had completed the first step of revolution through seizure of power in 1928, Chiang's rule thus began a period of what his party considered to be " political tutelage " in Sun Yat-sen's name.
The Soviet Union also began experiencing upheaval as the political consequences of glasnost reverberated throughout the country.
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The death of William III in 1702 once again created a political upheaval as the king was replaced by Queen Anne, who immediately began her offensive against Nonconformists.
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The senior high command officers in Pakistan Armed Forces, and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, a former Karachi University professor of political science, began to pressure General Yahya Khan to take armed action against Mujib and his party.
During this time folk music began to become enmeshed with political and social activism themes and movements.