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  • Now that the restoration is complete and the film will begin circulating, Ms. Schulberg (who collaborated with the filmmaker and sound designer Josh Waletzky on the project) has come to terms with the suppression of her father's work — whether it was by Hollywood or the gov ernment, which was advancing the Marshall Plan.

    Out of the Ashes, a Triumph

  • There were gov ernment pkans in place for this type of emergency.

    Capitol Hill hearings into oil spill continues

  • If Congress cares about future deficits, it will prevent that unprecedented rise in gov ernment spending.

    Extend the Bush Tax Cuts

  • "The political risk that Ozawa's participation will further delay gov ernment policies [to stem the yen's rise] is weighing on the market," said Masayoshi Yano, senior market analyst at Meiwa Securities.

    Asia Ends Higher Following Yen Drop

  • After more than five months of wrangling, Iraqi politicians still haven't formed a gov ernment.

    Iraq Weighs New Post to Help Form Government

  • The decline came after gov ernment and private forecasters said cold weather won ' t cover as much of the country over the next few weeks — especially the South and East — as had been expected.

    Oil Prices Surrender Highs, but Still Advance

  • The "" radical middle '' was concerned about really balancing the budget and about the special-interest money swamp and about the quality of gov - ernment services, from schools to the DMV.

    Where The Anger Went

  • Despite much talk about decentralizing the bloated central gov-ernment, a major shift of power to the states is unlikely.

    The Takeoff Will Be Delayed

  • [93] Finally, if one still wonders whether the Court was misled into finding military exigency because of the suppressed evidence, consider all the other arguments expressly raised both by Hirabayashi as well as the gov-ernment as early as 1943.

    Is That Legal?: Who's to Blame?

  • Liberia has a representative system of gov- ernment, Negro jurymen, Negro magistrates, and Negro priests; churches have been built, newspapers established, and, by a singular turn in the vicissitudes of the world, white men are prohibited from establishing themselves within the settlement.49

    Jena as de Tocqueville's "democracy" where Black Americans are a "threat" to Whites

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