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"We are drawing a set of fair, nonpoliticized maps to demonstrate how the good government criteria would play out in reality," said Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause, which is planning a publicity campaign for a less-politicized redistricting map this week.
Less-educated and nonpoliticized peasant supporters of the Islamic Republic were shipped from their villages to join the militias of the regime and confront the popular uprisings.
Expanded federal spending is only one part of the needed solution (and one that will improve productivity only if based on nonpoliticized criteria and stable funding).
Five years after 9/11, Americans are understandably eager to finally get an unfiltered--read nonpoliticized--look at our "high value" captives, the transnational actors, so-called, at the center of global drama.
We haven't taken a position on exactly what process we want to do, but we care very much that the process produces a nonpoliticized, accurate outcome.
At the same time, they've attacked many of Chrysler's secured creditors - who, in a regular, nonpoliticized bankruptcy, would be repaid in full - for resisting this deal.