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1 Late 20th century and contemporary anarchist writers (Colin Ward, Herbert Read and Paul Goodman) intensified and expanded the anarchist critique of state education, largely focusing on the need for a system that focuses on children's creativity rather than on their ability to attain a career or participate in consumerism as part of a consumer society.
2 Alabama has made some changes since the late 20th century and has used new types of voting to increase representation.
3 Since the mid- to late 20th century, however, white conservatives started shifting to the Republican Party.
4 As such, anthropology has been central in the development of several new (late 20th century) interdisciplinary fields such as cognitive science, global studies, and various ethnic studies.
5 Late 20th century tastes have been more accommodating.
6 Punu people, Gabon, 19th century AD. Room 25 - Otobo masquerade in the Africa Gallery, Nigeria, 20th century AD. Room 25 - Modern interpretation of kente cloth from Ghana, late 20th century AD. The British Museum is home to one of the world's finest numismatic collections, comprising about a million objects, including coins, medals, tokens and paper money.
7 Ann Hironaka, author of Neverending Wars, divides the modern history of civil wars into the pre-19th century, 19th century to early 20th century, and late 20th century.
8 Dragons elements appear in hobbies of the mid-to-late 20th century.
9 Reconciliatory efforts between Oriental Orthodox with the Eastern Orthodox and the Catholic Church in the mid- and late 20th century have led to common Christological declarations.
10 The project was revived in 1994 when Kubrick hired Frederic Raphael to work on the script, updating the setting from early 20th century Vienna to late 20th century New York City.
11 In accordance with late 20th century Belgian state reforms the Belgian part of this area was made into two political entities: the "Flemish Community" (Dutch: Vlaamse Gemeenschap) and the "Flemish Region" (Dutch: Vlaams Gewest).
12 These three producers introduced new production approaches and sounds in late 20th century became more prominent and widely used during first decade of the 21st century.
13 The development of the contraceptive pill and other highly effective forms of contraception in the mid- and late 20th century has increased people's ability to segregate these three functions, which still overlap a great deal and in complex patterns.
14 The 1981 reunion of the band brought in even more elements, displaying the influence of gamelan music and of late 20th century classical composers such as Philip Glass, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley.
15 At late 20th century, midwives were already recognized as highly trained and specialized professionals in obstetrics.
16 The legal and social concept of marital rape has developed in most industrialized countries in the mid- to late 20th century;
17 Many galaxies have only been discovered using late 20th century astronomical instrumentation.
18 Nevertheless, by the mid- to late 20th century, with the development of contemporary classical music, instrumentation could practically be hand-picked by the composer (e.g., to add electric instruments such as electric guitar, electronic instruments such as synthesizers, non-Western instruments, or other instruments not traditionally used in orchestra).
19 In the United States, the late 20th century saw a crisis of funding and support for orchestras.
20 In the late 20th century and early 21st century, some orchestras use a video camera pointed at the principal conductor and a closed-circuit TV set in front of the offstage performer(s), instead of using two conductors.
21 Postmodernism is a broad movement that developed in the mid- to late 20th century across philosophy, the arts, architecture, and criticism, marking a departure from modernism.
22 They have been the point of departure for works of literature, architecture and design, as well as being visible in marketing/business and the interpretation of history, law and culture, starting in the late 20th century.
23 The main waves of internal migration came from people of African, mixed or older Portuguese (as descendants of early settlers) descent from Minas Gerais and people of Eastern European, Swiss, Italian, German, Portuguese and older Portuguese-Brazilian heritage from EspĂ­rito Santo in the early and mid-20th century, together with people with origins in Northeastern Brazil, in the mid-to-late and late 20th century, as well some in the early 21st century (the latter more directed to peripheries than the city's core).
24 During the mid to late 20th century, immigrant communities brought other languages, among others being Persian, Serbo-Croatian, Arabic and Neo-Aramaic.
25 Technical changes in printing and film in the mid-to-late 20th century made the creation of trilogies more feasible, while the development of mass media and modern global distribution networks has made them more likely to be lucrative.
26 Wisconsin took part in several political extremes in the mid to late 20th century, ranging from the anti-communist crusades of Senator Joseph McCarthy in the 1950s to the radical antiwar protests at UW-Madison that culminated in the Sterling Hall bombing in August 1970.
27 Ytterbium is normally difficult to separate from other rare earths, but ion-exchange and solvent extraction techniques developed in the mid- to late 20th century have simplified separation.
28 Late 20th century ones had a single, thicker coating of polyethylene cross-linked to provide a suitable degree of brittleness.
29 The adoption of distributed switching in the late 20th century diminished the need for large, active, central MDFs.
30 Frequency frogging repeaters were commonplace in frequency-division multiplexing systems from the middle to late 20th century.