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Pat's Last Stand Issue 1 is the presidentialdebates--both Democratic and Republican.
The First Republican Debate The first of the 2000 Republicandebates, which took place this evening in Durham, N.H., was a little like a production of Hamlet without Hamlet.
However, the "iron hypothesis" has not been universally accepted [ 6 ] , and considerabledebate on the role of iron overload on cardiovascular disease continues [ 7 8 9 10 ] .
The first sets the diversity of the medical team that saved Benjamin Kadish against the alleged gunman's racism; a sidebar reports heateddebate over whether or not the federal government should confront extremists more aggressively.
The raucous parliamentarydebate was carried on live Russian television but was knocked off the air, the NYT alone notes, by the broadcast of a Sylvester Stallone film.
In other words, it's not through an opendebate or an attempt to reach a consensus that the best conclusion is reached.
It sparked a vigorousdebate about morality, introduced role models who defied stereotypes (powerful attorneys in wheelchairs, patrician female lawmakers), and demonstrated that the political process is "sturdy and forgiving."
It did in fact say they are shielded from libel or slander lawsuits based on remarks made in congressionaldebate and in official reports.
Because of concerns regarding the shifting balance of power to the government, we think that a full and informeddebate on the Patriot Act would be healthy.
Many pundits think Bradley won the Democraticdebate in New Hampshire.
For since the law governing the freedom of speech does not emerge out of libertarianism, the matter does not boil down to replacing an obsolete belief in "self-expression" with a more up-to-date belief in "robustdebate," as Fiss would like to think it does.
Meanwhile, the papers report, Congress yesterday was the site of bitterdebate over whether or not the impeachment debate and vote should proceed while our forces are fighting overseas.
Much academicdebate surrounds the exact date of the Trojan War, if indeed it ever took place.
With negotiations on an international global warming treaty coming up in Kyoto soon, the Clinton administration is, according to the WSJ , roiled in internaldebate on the U.S. position for the talks.
Whether those improvisations were appropriate is still a subject for medical and scientificdebate.
The course involves consideration of a number of theoreticaldebates concerning theories of feminist research methodology and theories of knowledge.
Background The initial publication of two draft versions of the human genome led to intensedebate over the exact number of genes in the human genome [ 1 2 ] .
Needless to say (he hastens to add) all of the above is offered in the spirit of good, healthydebate.
The article quotes Esquire editor David Granger blaming, among other factors, the Internet for the putative inability of magazines to engage in realdebate.
It would have been more effective, though, if Gore had been badgering Bradley the way he has in previousdebates.
But it was during the much feistier encounter on Meet The Press this morning--the most contentious of the primarydebates so far--that Bradley finally came into his own.
The long catalog essay by the Modern's chief curator, Kirk Varnedoe, is a model of its kind, covering the salient facts of Pollock's biography, artistic development, and the criticaldebate about him.
But in 1994, fearing a contentiousdebate about fast-track renewal so soon after the NAFTA battle, President Clinton allowed fast track to expire .
The piece then raises the host of moraldebates associated with the global onset of pop culture--should Beverly Hills, for example, really be mandatory viewing for half the world's population?
A classicist, Arendt saw the public arena as a version of the Athenian agora--a world of political theater, where the harsh light of publicity shines upon fiercedebate.
But there is livelydebate over Albright's insistence that her Jewish roots are "a major surprise."
Jodi, do you really expect a high-mindeddebate on public housing and the plight of upstate dairy farmers?
More seriousdebate (flame war) occurs over what constitutes good writing, as opposed to bad writing, the differences between poetry and verse, writing as catharsis, the future of print and the fate of books.
You will go down in history as one of the first and best attempts to use the Internet to spread intellectualdebate and well-written articles on politics and culture.
Frank Rich, in his Kevorkian column, is worried too, but decides that the show was justified by its prompting of honestdebate on a topic now more shrouded than oral sex.
Protect both customary rights and access The Green Party promote an approach to the foreshoredebate in which Maori customary title and rights co-exist alongside protection of public access to the coast.
The Australian government is still to announce its response to these proposals, which have now become the subject of an acrimoniousdebate between various Australian financial institutions.
(For more on the scholarlydebate surrounding the current Jefferson craze, see David Greenberg's "High Concept."
Barking, however, undermines the pretense of a rationaldebate.
As an example, the current LISTSERVs for AMAs and DMEs provide capability for professionaldebate on more general medical matters.
It was in March 1963 that John Robinson published the little book, Honest to God, which set the Christian world alight with lively religiousdebate.
Nowhere is there a sense that there is a big meta-narrative against which our contemporarydebates may be able to be understood.
Te Hau Tikanga stated that they would consider providing the book in electronic form as a link to the National Party website, in the interests of an open and constructivedebate.
A lengthydebate ensued on vocational education programs in high schools: Are high schools the best place for them?
The course is organised through seminars (either led by me or a student) that address the keydebates in the literature as well as examine a selection of case studies.
In medical circles, the argument over Gulf War Syndrome is actually part of a largerdebate over the existence of other nebulous syndromes --including chronic fatigue and various environmental illnesses.
Asked if the Clinton administration is too supportive of Russian President Boris Yeltsin, Bush replies cryptically, "That's going to be an interestingdebate in the fall campaign if I'm the nominee, let me just put it to you that way.
The internationaldebate is over whether the attack was justified.
Steinem's distinction is one side of a longstanding legaldebate over whether a one-time unwelcome advance is enough to create a hostile working environment.
(The editors of Slate will contact Gould and invite him to have an onlinedebate with me, during which the truth can emerge from dueling egocentric biases.
There was hotdebate in the pages of the New Zealand Medical Journal when the Medical Council of New Zealand released its 1994 policy on 'Trust in the Doctor/patient relationship'.
Fair and balanceddebate is essential to any democracy.
The focus of the WP 's front piece on yesterday's Gore-Bradley debateisclear by its headline, "...
Fair and balanced debateisessential to any democracy.
What is looked for in this current debateisfair coverage of all parties involved in this arena of social dysfunction.
The questions raised by this debatearefundamental: How should physicians practice medicine?
Given the uncertain history of pharmacotherapy as a treatment for addiction, the lack of responsible debateisinexcusable.
Here's a play-by-play analysis of the debate'skey themes and exchanges.
First they said they stood for "choice," then they changed their name to "pro-choice," and finally they obliterated the debate'sphysical substance by renaming it "the choice issue."
The old death penalty debatewasprofound and heated.
By its nature, the POC debateisretroactive.
The GOP debatewasugly, but in some ways so much more satisfying than the Dems, who essentially agreed on everything but who's shrillness knew no bounds.