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His politics had in fact moved far towards the right — opinions he shared with Lawrence Durrell, a close friend since the 1950s — but he had felt shut out by the British establishment after his T. E. Lawrence book.
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He composed songs and set them to music and sang them in a soft, melodious voice, and when his audience had had enough of music he would discourse on politics or tell stories of his western adventures guaranteed to excite the emotions of men and women alike.
It was `` the creation of a monstrous historical period wherein it thought it had to synthesize literature and politics and avant-garde art of every kind with its writers crazily trying to outdo each other in Spenglerian inclusiveness.
Those O'Dwyers had that Irish clannishness that made them stick together in spite of politics and everything.
The bulk of the preparation had, of course, proceeded under the supervision of the Ministry of the Interior, whose officials are barred from party activity and probably generally disinterested in party politics.
Increased participation in politics and the demands of various groups for status and recognition had dramatic effects upon law institutions.
He was also personally active in ward politics, and by 1924 O'Banion had acquired sufficient political might to be able to state: `` I always deliver my borough as per requirements ''.
Finding peaceful coexistence temporarily unsuitable because of domestic politics, Moscow resumed scowling and `` Smilin' Mike '' dropped quietly out of the press except for an occasional story reporting that he had been stoned somewhere in the Middle West.
Mr. Kennedy, Mr. White believes, `` had mastered politics on so many different levels that no other American could match him ''.
He emphasizes the importance of the agrarian myth in American politics and life even after industrialization had revolutionized the American economy and life.
New Zealand never had an aristocracy but it did have wealthy landowners who largely controlled politics before 1891.
* Tacitus: Critical view, considered her vicious and had a strong disposition against her due to her femininity and influential role in politics.
He had achieved considerable financial success in his tailoring business, which he sold in order to concentrate on politics.
He had a very good memory and had a good knowledge of the genealogy of the Arab tribes, their stories and their politics.
This upset the delicate balance of Durrani tribal politics that Ahmad Shah had established and may have prompted Painda Khan and other Durrani chiefs to plot against the shah.
Of these 23, only three, amongst them Brazil, had dimensions politics to justify its creation, as for example, territorial extension and trained and structuralized Armed Forces.
" In October 2007 when Bob Jones III, as " a private citizen ," endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination for president, Stephen Jones made it clear that he wished " to stay out of politics " and that neither he nor the university had endorsed anyone.
Chief Richard Akinjide, a former Nigerian Attorney-General and Minister of Justice who had been a leading member of Nigeria's legal team, described the decision as " 50 % international law and 50 % international politics ", " blatantly biased and unfair ", " a total disaster ", and a " complete fraud ".
Some cities had large dense populations, whereas others carried out urban activities in the realms of politics or religion without having large associated populations.
With the Hanoverian accession in Britain onwards, monarchs saw their powers pass further to their ministers, and Royal neutrality in politics became cemented from around the start of the reign of Queen Victoria ( though she had her personal favorites ) and enlargements to the franchise.
Clausewitz had many aphorisms, of which the most famous is that " War is the continuation of Politik by other means " ( Politik being variously translated as ' policy ' or ' politics ,' terms with very different implications ), a description that has won wide acceptance.
Many had an uninhibited, often irreverent style ; their frank depictions of nudity, sex, profanity, and politics had no parallel outside their precursors, the pornographic and even more obscure " Tijuana bibles ".
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" Without these questions there is no clear fulcrum on which to balance law, politics, and the practice of arbitration — in fact, no common assumptions of all participants — so the ability to formulate the questions are prior to rights balancing.
It was the country versus the city — an exasperating idea for them, as was the amazing fact that every new work of Rousseau ’ s was a huge success, whether the subject was politics, theater, education, religion, or a novel about love.
The tone of the pope was, in fact, not threatening, and he did not wish to draw England into the maelstrom of politics of Europe.
Most of Mahfouz's writings mainly dealt with politics, a fact he acknowledged: " In all my writings, you will find politics.
It is well known for its illustrated and often topical covers, its commentaries on popular culture and eccentric Americana, its attention to modern fiction by the inclusion of short stories and literary reviews, its rigorous fact checking and copyediting, its journalism on politics and social issues, and its single-panel cartoons sprinkled throughout each issue.
Beside the fact of the first voyage itself, it was his astute mix of politics and war on the other side of the world that placed Portugal in a prominent position in Indian Ocean trade.
Sir Henry " Chips " Channon wrote that she was " above politics ... magnificent, humorous, worldly, in fact nearly sublime, though cold and hard.
The Second World War had a profound effect on Brzezinski, stating in an interview ; " The extraordinary violence that was perpetrated against Poland did affect my perception of the world, and made me much more sensitive to the fact that a great deal of world politics is a fundamental struggle.
At times, cultural studies ' romance with the notion of agency nearly excludes the possibility of oppression, overlooking the fact that the subaltern have their own politics, and romanticizes agency, exaggerating its potential and pervasiveness.
The very fact that the president usually doesn't interfere with day-to-day politics means that if he or she does choose to speak out on an issue, the event is perceived as one to take note of.
She is shown to have a strong grasp of politics, which may seem unlikely, but this answers the facts of the annulment and the even more unlikely fact that Anne of Cleves survived her marriage to Henry.
In domestic politics John showed clear Catholic sympathies, inspired by his Polish queen, a fact that created frictions to the Swedish clergy and nobility.
Many examples from politics and theology, e. g. the claim that the Roman Emperor was in fact a " god ", demonstrate that this principle was known by effective propagandists from early times, and continues to be applied to this day, e. g. the propaganda model of Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman, which supports the ' big lie ' thesis with more specifics.
However, he was realising that Talking Heads ' internal politics would eventually either sideline or obstruct him ( coupled with the fact that the band looked as if it would be on hiatus for a while ).
As historian James Baker described it, " The Fountainhead hardly mentions politics or economics, despite the fact that it was born in the 1930s.
He retired from politics in 1973 due to the fact that Charles Haughey, whose style of politics Aiken strongly disliked, was allowed run as a Fianna Fáil candidate in the 1973 general election.
In fact his sensitive nature shrank from contact with the practical politics of the day and prevented his rise to the place of a leader or a statesman.
" Rich Lowry of National Review claims the prefix " is designed to obscure the fact that it is a recent ideological creation of post-Cold War politics.
Hatta himself believed Indonesian independence would not occur within his lifetime, while Sukarno believed Hatta's strategy ignored of the fact that politics can only make real changes through formation and utilisation of force ( machtsvorming en machtsaanwending ).
The fact that both the right and the left wing need the support from the party has meant that they have been able to affect Finnish politics in a larger scale than the party's actual size.
While being recognized as a rare example of an active reformer in contemporary Austrian politics, his governments were also highly controversial from the beginning, starting with the fact that he formed a coalition government with Jörg Haider's Freedom Party of Austria ( FPÖ ) on both occasions.