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  • The Establishment is too busy trying to destroy the government than to help it build a new Pakistan.

    Syed Yahya Hussainy: As Pakistan Drowns, the Establishment's Business as Usual

  • The Establishment is too busy trying to destroy the government than to help it build a new Pakistan.

    Syed Yahya Hussainy: As Pakistan Drowns, the Establishment's Business as Usual

  • There are two main protagonists, both outsiders as far as the Establishment is concerned - one is a professional policeman from the 'working' classes; and the other, of a socially higher class, is a woman.

    Reading

  • Congratulations, I hope the Democratic Establishment is duly embarrassed by their refusal to weed out corruption in their midst.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • There are two main protagonists, both outsiders as far as the Establishment is concerned - one is a professional policeman from the 'working' classes; and the other, of a socially higher class, is a woman.

    Sunday Salon: three satisfying books

  • There are two main protagonists, both outsiders as far as the Establishment is concerned - one is a professional policeman from the 'working' classes; and the other, of a socially higher class, is a woman.

    Sunday Salon: three satisfying books

  • There are two main protagonists, both outsiders as far as the Establishment is concerned - one is a professional policeman from the 'working' classes; and the other, of a socially higher class, is a woman.

    September 2008

  • Today's Establishment is nervous about Web 2.0 and Establishment-bashers love it, and for the same reason: its egalitarianism about knowledge means that, with the chorus (or cacophony) of voices out there, there is so much dissent, about everything, that there is a lot less of what "we all know."

    Boing Boing

  • You can detect a certain Establishment bias, especially during the current terrorism crisis.

    In other words, small is the new big « BuzzMachine

  • The grossly misnamed "Constitution Restoration Act of 2004" is designed to pander to the far right by stripping the federal courts of jurisdiction to hear certain Establishment Clause cases, requiring that in deciding constitutional cases federal courts may not look at the law of any other nation but "English common law," and threatening impeachment and removal of any judge who defies its provisions.

    Balkinization

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