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“It was a dream of Coudenhove Kalergi, in 1931, when he wrote his book the United States of Europe, and it was a central part of Altiero Spinelli’s ‘Ventotene Manifesto’, written in 1941 under the title Towards a Free and United Europe.”
“Caleb Gattegno, in Towards a Visual Culture, has suggested what some of these might be, and many of the ones I propose here draw on his thought.”
“Barton Bernstein, "The New Deal: The Conservative Achievements of Liberal Reform," in Towards a New Past, ed. Barton Bernstein (New York: Pantheon, 1968).”
“See, for example, Barton Bernstein, "The New Deal: The Conservative Achievements of Liberal Reform," in Towards a New Past, ed.”
“Entitled Towards a Country with Rights and Institutions, it is couched in polite and formal language and starts by wishing the king good health.”
“You cite a paper entitled Towards a Definition of Virtual Worlds!”
“It was titled Towards a Grand Strategy for an Uncertain World: Renewing Transatlantic Partnership PDF and it was jointly written by some heavy hitters: the former chiefs of the defence staffs in the U.S., Germany, France, the U.K., and the Netherlands.”
“Well I'm still working on my follow-up essay for Integral World, which will probably be titled Towards a Larger Definition of Integral II - an Integral meta-paradigm.”
“The birthday is being celebrated with the publication of a new collection of articles, entitled Towards a Liberal Utopia.”
“In October 2003, the National Cabinet released a discussion document titled Towards a Ten Year Review.”
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