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  • One is because the notion of social-economic conflict suggests something vaguely ideological -- something unpleasantly Marxian and subversive -- and the other is because it flies in the face of what is supposed to be our unique, egalitarian national identity.

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  • The social-economic costs of serious relationship distress, destructive relationship conflict, and divorce are enormous, with some estimates reaching billions of dollars a year given there are close to 1 million divorces a year, if one assumes that each divorce costs an average of $1000 per divorce that estimate comes to 1 billion dollars.

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  • Rio is not only one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but a city with a complex political structure and dramatic social-economic conflicts.

    Speaking with Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, author of A Window in Copacabana, the most recent book in the acclaimed Inspector Espinosa series

  • If you believe in respecting people nregardless of color, religion, race, social-economic conditions, etc., then you have to respect people who believe in Christianity as well, and not stereotype them so easily.

    War Criminal or Hero? « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Regardless of your background, social-economic status, color, profession, etc, everybody has access to basically the same types and number of resources.

    Why Location Awareness Will Make the Web More Useful

  • This statement confirms what we have been warning people about, that the NCP is not, at any point, a national party that works to achieve and accomplish and work for the political and social-economic interests of the Sudanese rather than having their own agenda.

    Southern Sudanese Intimidated in North, says SPLM Spokesman

  • June 29th, 2009 2: 26 pm ET it became criminal when he didn't notify staff of his where abouts furthmore, lied, the state business was at stake, do you want this type of person as executive of your state, we become soft on people according to their social-economic status

    Meghan McCain: Sanford affair is 'private matter'

  • The social-economic costs of serious relationship distress, destructive relationship conflict, and divorce are enormous, with some estimates reaching billions of dollars a year given there are close to 1 million divorces a year, if one assumes that each divorce costs an average of $1000 per divorce that estimate comes to 1 billion dollars.

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  • With opportunities come new challengesissues many Western countries also encountered during their industrialization process, including: how to preserve the architectural and other cultural heritages in the race for urbanization; how to come to grips with such environmental issues as pollution and traffic congestion; how to handle the social-economic impact of a vast migration of people from the country to the cities.

    Author Statement from Moying Li, Author of Snow Falling In Spring: Coming of Age in China During the Cultural Revolution

  • So what Knaus sees, is the product of a massive set of social-economic institutions that he barely touches on and generally ignores.

    Capital vs. Institutions, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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