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1 Its aims include reciprocity, free association, voluntary contract, federation and monetary reform of both credit and currency that would be regulated by a bank of the people.
2 Its Necessity and Its Aims, on the subject.
3 Pike's only known writing on the Klan, an 1868 editorial in the Memphis Daily Appeal, indicates that his main problems lay not with its aims, but with its methods and leadership.
4 An ecologist working on the Tauros programme has estimated it will take 7 generations for the project to achieve its aims, possibly by 2025.
5 The strike was associated with the Chartist movement but eventually proved unsuccessful in its aims.
6 The Council of Europe has been accused of institutional corruption and of not having any meaningful purpose, being superfluous in its aims to other pan-European bodies, including the European Union and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
7 Various forms of coercion are distinguished: first on the basis of the kind of injury threatened, second according to its aims and scope, and finally according to its effects, from which its legal, social, and ethical implications mostly depend.
8 The party existed up to 1948 but had little success and its aims were not supported by the United States.
9 Its aims are to improve technology and media literacy of pupils, parents, and teachers.
10 A spokesperson speaking on a video announcing the ceasefire said the group wished to use "peaceful, democratic means" to achieve its aims, though it was not specified whether the ceasefire was considered permanent by the group.
11 Although feminist advocacy is, and has been, mainly focused on women's rights, some feminists argue for the inclusion of men's liberation within its aims, because they believe that men are also harmed by traditional gender roles.
12 Some Muslim anti-Masons argue that Freemasonry promotes the interests of the Jews around the world and that one of its aims is to destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to rebuild the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem.
13 A common criticism is that the Kellogg–Briand Pact did not live up to all of its aims, but has arguably had some success.
14 One of its aims was to counteract the administrative school of history, which Davies says had "committed the arch error of emptying history of human element".
15 Other critics found the film unsuccessful in its aims.
16 On 28 July 2005 the IRA announced an end to the armed campaign, stating that it would work to achieve its aims solely by peaceful political means, with volunteers to dump all weapons and to end all paramilitary activity.
17 The IRA sees the Irish War of Independence as a guerrilla war which accomplished some of its aims, with some remaining "unfinished business".
18 The core features of dialectic include the absence of determined subject matter, its elaboration on earlier empirical practice, the explication of its aims, the type of utility and the definition of the proper function.
19 The public road system of the Romans was thoroughly military in its aims and spirit.
20 The umbrella organization in the United States ceased activities in June 2013, and the three member board issued a statement which repudiated its aims and apologized for the harm their pursuit has caused to LGBT people.
21 Exodus International regarded reparative therapy as a useful tool to eliminate "unwanted same-sex attraction" but ceased activities in June 2013 and issued a statement repudiating its aims and apologizing for the harm the organization had caused to LGBT people.
22 The term "social research" has also acquired a degree of autonomy as practitioners from various disciplines share in its aims and methods.
23 The term "social research" has also acquired a degree of autonomy as practitioners from various disciplines share in its aims and methods.
24 In contemporary usage, "social research" is a relatively autonomous term, encompassing the work of practitioners from various disciplines that share in its aims and methods.
25 Its aims are based on conservation, heritage and communities, but also include tourism and the economy.
26 they disagree about whether terrorism should be defined in terms of its aims, or its methods, or both, or neither;
27 However, in order to accomplish its aims, morality must be legitimate in the eyes of those to whom it speaks.
28 When the Scottish Mountaineering Club was formed in 1889, one of its aims was to remedy this by accurately documenting all of Scotland's mountains over 3,000 feet.
29 Murray began to develop a view based on the American experience, where a government limited by law protects the liberty of all religious communities equally, while the church pursues its aims by exercising its influence in society in general, without relying on government intervention to enforce the church's beliefs.
30 It is generally accepted that Kurt Gödel's incompleteness theorem of 1931 definitively demonstrated that for any set of axioms and inference rules proposed to encapsulate mathematics, there would in fact be some truths of mathematics which could not be deduced from them, and hence that Principia Mathematica could never achieve its aims.