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Historian Barry Adam notes, " Every social movement must choose at some point what to retain and what to reject out of its past.
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* Tomczik, Adam, "' He-men Could Talk to He-men in He-man Language '": Lumberjack Work Culture in Maine and Minnesota, 1840 – 1940 ," Historian Winter 2008, Vol.
Historian Adam Fairclough interprets Morrison's building programs for blacks as a way of " shoring up segregation " by defusing dissatisfaction with inferior facilities.
Historian Nils Ivar Agøy had noted that the socialists who were active in the bourgeois peace movement — the most prominent being Koht, Adam Egede-Nissen and Carl Bonnevie — were " radicalized sons of the bourgeoisie ".
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Historian Neil Davidson notes that “ after 1746 there was an entirely new level of participation by Scots in political life, particularly outside Scotland ”.
Historian Nicholas Rogers, exploring the origins of Halloween, notes that while " some folklorists have detected its origins in the Roman feast of Pomona, the goddess of fruits and seeds, or in the festival of the dead called Parentalia, it is more typically linked to the Celtic festival of Samhain, derived from the Old Irish Samuin meaning " summer's end ".
Historian Henry Reynolds notes of George Augustus Robinson: " His guilt and need for self-justification were clearly apparent in a eulogy he delivered on the death of Manalargenna in December 1836.
Military Historian Jacques Garnier, analysing the battle in Jean Tulard's Dictionnaire Napoléon, notes that only the muddy, sodden ground, hampering an efficient deployment of the French artillery and infantry, prevented a much more emphatic victory.
Historian Mark Dion notes that Fernão related the same story in his writing, only adding that a Muslim in their society was the only acceptable replacement as ruler.
Historian Tom Buchanan notes that in parts of the British public at the time, " Cruelty and violence were thought to be ' old Spanish customs ' — due in equal parts to the legacy of the Inquisition and the bull-ring.
Historian George Bilias notes that had Howe attacked Brooklyn Heights, the capture of even half of Washington's army, and possibly Washington himself, might have had a significant effect on the rebellion.
Historian Constance Myers notes that while " initial prognoses for the union of Trotskyists and Socialists were favorable ," it was only later when " constant and protracted contact caused differences to surface.
Historian Stephen Fox notes, " In the 1930s most of the three thousand members were middle-aged Republicans.
Historian Nikki Keddie notes that the movement was significant because “ Iranians saw for the first time that it was possible to win out against the Shah and foreign interests … there is a direct line from the coalition which participated in the tobacco movement … culminating in the Constitutional Revolution ” and arguably the 1979 Iranian Revolution as well.
Historian Alexandra Walsham notes that the modern understanding of the word " toleration " may be very different from its historic meaning.
Historian David Rock notes that, beyond putting an end to caudillismo, Sarmiento's main achievements in government concerned his promotion of education.
" Historian Hubert F. van der Berg also notes that the socialist ideal of " a new life ", implicitly adopted by Janco, was a natural peacetime development of Dada's discourse about " the new man ".
Historian Jerah Johnson notes: “ Because most African slaves brought to Louisiana were males, great numbers married Indian women, whom the French colonials had early enslaved as food growers, cooks, bedfellows, and translators.
" Historian Michael Foss also notes this contrast " For more than three hundered and fifty years, from the time when the Caliph Omar made a treaty with the Patriarch Sophronius until 1009, when mad al-Hakim began attacks on Christians and Jews, the city of Jerusalem and the Holy Land were open to the West, with an easy welcome and the way there was no more dangerous than a journey from Paris to Rome .... Soon al-Hakim the panic was over.
Historian Erich Haberer notes that many survived and made sense of the " totalitarian atomization " of society by seeking conformity with Communism.
Historian David Kahn notes, " Kasiski died on May 22, 1881, almost certainly without realizing that he had wrought a revolution in cryptology " ( The Codebreakers ).
Historian George Herring notes the " remarkable and fortuitous economic and diplomatic gains " produced by the Jay Treaty.
Historian Benson Bobrick is critical of this and notes the vagueness of the details in the citation.
Historian Theodore Draper notes that Browder " was influenced by an offshoot of the syndicalist movement which believed in working in the AF of L ( American Federation of Labor ).
Historian Carlo D ' Este notes that members of Eisenhower's staff denied that there was ever an affair between them, and dismisses Summersby's book as " fanciful ".< ref >
Historian Linda Cordell notes that ... the late pithouses are often clues to relatively short-term changes in settlement location and adjustment to climatic fluctuations.
Historian Jacek Jędruch notes that out of the 53 disrupted sejms, 32 were disrupted due to liberum veto.
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Historian Anne F. Thurston wrote that it " led to loss of culture, and of spiritual values ; loss of hope and ideals ; loss of time, truth and of life ..." Barnouin and Yu summarized the Cultural Revolution as " a political movement that produced unprecedented social divisions, mass mobilization, hysteria, upheavals, arbitrary cruelty, torture, killings, and even civil war ...", calling Mao " one of the most tyrannical despots of the twentieth century.
Historian Ronald Hutton has argued that there is no necessary correlation between the worship of female deities and relative levels of social or legal egalitarianism, noting the late classical Greek and Roman religions, in which goddesses played important roles.
Greek Historian Dimitri Kitsikis in his book, Türk Yunan İmparatorluğu (" Turco-Greek Empire ") states that many Christian families were willing to comply with devşirme because it offered the possibility of great social advancement.
Historian Kenneth Cameron has written that Perkins ' accomplishment was to " define the look of contemporary fly fishing and the entire social universe in which it fits, no small achievement.
Historian Mark C. Smith, for instance, has investigated earlier debates over the purpose of social science in his book, Social Science in the Crucible: The American Debate over Objectivity and Purpose, 1918-1941 ( Duke University Press, 1994 ).
Historian John Saillant ( 2003, p. 3 ) writes that Haynes's " faith and social views are better documented than those of any African American born before the luminaries of the mid-nineteenth century.
Historian Jennifer Evans reports that the East German government " alternated between the view homosexual activity as a remnant of bourgeois decadence, a sign of moral weakness, and a threat to social and political health of the nation.
Historian Kay Sloan has shown how various reformist groups made social problem shorts and features during the silent era.
Historian Michael J. Pfeifer writes, " Contrary to the popular understanding, early territorial lynching did not flow from an absence or distance of law enforcement but rather from the social instability of early communities and their contest for property, status, and the definition of social order.
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Historian Lillian Faderman calls the riots the " shot heard round the world ", explaining, " The Stonewall Rebellion was crucial because it sounded the rally for that movement.
Historian Robert Herbert says that " the impressionist movement depicted this loss of connection in such paintings as Manet's A Bar at the Folies-Bergère.
Historian Alan Brinkley has suggested that the most important domestic achievement of the Great Society may have been its success in translating some of the demands of the civil rights movement into law.
In his history of Palestine under the British Mandate, One Palestine, Complete, " New Historian " Tom Segev wrote of the kibbutz movement:
Historian Eric Van Young believes that such ideas gave the movement supernatural and religious legitimacy that went as far as messianic expectation.
Historian Robert C. White suggests that the " very eminent person " written of by Echard was his colleague Edmund Bohun, and chose not to mention Bohun because he became associated with the Jacobite movement.
Historian Stanley G. Payne writes in his study of Fascism, " The Legion was arguably the most unusual mass movement of interwar Europe.
Historian Jonathan Spiro has argued that Grant's interests in conservationism and eugenics were not unrelated: both are hallmarks of the early 20th-century Progressive movement, and both assume the need for various types of stewardship over their charges.
" Central the Spirituali was a renewed emphasis on the grace which God sent through faith ," writes Church Historian Diarmaid MacCulloch, " together with a consistent urge to reveal the Holy Spirit as the force conveying this grace-to that associates of the movement were soon characterized as Spirituali.
" Historian Peter Sanderson observed that Barbara Gordon's Batgirl reflected the Women's liberation movement of the 1960s.
" Historian Peter Sanderson observed that while " Barbara Gordon initially conformed to hackneyed stereotypes as a dowdy librarian ... her transformation into Batgirl could be seen in retrospect as a symbol of the emerging female empowerment movement of the 1960s.
Historian David Blight writes that current neo-Confederates are “ driven largely by the desire of current white supremacists to re-legitimize the Confederacy, while they tacitly reject the victories of the modern civil rights movement.
Historian Ruth Rosen in The World Split Open: How the Women's Movement Changed America ( 2001 ) calls her a central figure in starting the contemporary women's movement of the United States.
Historian Peter Edbury described the ambassador's account as " A feature of the public rooms were the Trompe-l ' oeil effects achieved with marble inlays, with a floor resembling the sea and a ceiling ' painted with such life-like colours that clouds pass across, the west wind blows, and there the sun seems to mark out the year and the months, the days and the weeks, the hours and the moments by its movement in the zodiac '.
Historian Carl W. Condit described the Wainwright as " a building with a strong, vigorously articulated base supporting a screen that constitutes a vivid image of powerful upward movement.
Historian of the early Communist youth movement Richard Cornell notes the thinking of the Berlin-centric group: