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“December 31st, 2009 at 6: 18 pm the stakes in that election were world-historical.”
“Putting aside 9/11, putting aside Gitmo, putting aside the economy — putting aside all the ways that Bush was a disaster for America where Gore might have made a difference — the stakes in that election were world-historical.”
“Which is to say that the outcome was so close that it easily could have gone the other way without any titanic world-historical events having been different.”
“But give him credit for one world-historical achievement: He makes Carter look good.”
“Hegel, who saw him just once, hailed him—while he was still the unbeaten champion, headed to meet his nemesis in Russia—as an unmistakable "world-historical" figure, the personification of domineering panache.”
“In December of 2002 and January 2003, the country underwent a massive devaluation, a world-historical record sovereign default on $95 billion of debt, and a collapse of the financial system.”
“With only 365 days in the year, each date inevitably carries with it uncountable memories for innumerable people -- associations joyous and tragic, transcendent and mundane, world-historical and personal.”
“This is the community of interests and cooperation that gave the Seattle mobilization against the World Trade Organization in 1999 its world-historical, explosive power.”
“Since the achievement of universal suffrage, English democracy has been a system, in world-historical terms, of relatively open discussion, respect for the views of unpopular minorities and weak external controls on conduct.”
“Or this about long-standing, world-historical tensions concerning divisions between men and women generally?”
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