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1 It calls for the abolition of the state which it holds to be undesirable, unnecessary and harmful.
2 In the Sasanian Empire, Mazdak called for an egalitarian society and the abolition of monarchy, only to be soon executed by Emperor Kavad I. In Basra, religious sects preached against the state.
3 Douglas emphasized his Freeport Doctrine, that local settlers were free to choose whether to allow slavery, and accused Lincoln of having joined the abolitionists.
4 With the abolition of slavery in the rebel states now a military objective, Union armies advancing south liberated three million slaves.
5 and that he was a "moral visionary" who deftly advanced the abolitionist cause, as fast as politically possible.
6 The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 also made great advances in the abolition of slavery.
7 Some of the reforms that were put in place, such as the abolition of the traditional burqa for women and the opening of several co-educational schools, quickly alienated many tribal and religious leaders, and this led to the Afghan Civil War (1928–1929).
8 The national Carnival held each August commemorates the abolition of slavery in the British West Indies, although on some islands, Carnival may celebrate the coming of Lent.
9 The abolition of public amenities is a common theme in some anarcho-capitalist writings.
10 Although anarcho-capitalist theory implies the abolition of the state in favour of a fully laissez-faire economy, it lies outside the tradition of anarchism.
11 it was broadcast to the world over Radio Oslo, pleading for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
12 An equally important reform was the abolition of private tax farming, which was replaced by salaried civil service tax collectors.
13 Explained the New York Times in 1910, the Big Board looked at the curb as "a trading place for 'cats and dogs.'" On April 1, 1910, however, when the NYSE abolished its unlisted department, the NYSE stocks "made homeless by the abolition" were "refused domicile" by the curb brokers on Broad Street until they had complied with the "Curb list" of requirements.
14 He called for term limits on presidents and the abolition of the Electoral College.
15 Jackson repeatedly called for the abolition of the Electoral College by constitutional amendment in his annual messages to Congress as president.
16 Johnson voted for all the provisions except for the abolition of slavery in the nation's capital.
17 Here again he escaped, and after the restoration of democracy in Athens and the abolition of the Four Hundred, he ventured once more to return to Athens;
18 To this end, in the early 1880s in partnership with Samuel Storey, he purchased numerous newspapers in England, all of which were to advocate the abolition of the monarchy and the establishment of "the British Republic".
19 Nevertheless, in 1988, the new minister for the Australian Capital Territory Gary Punch received a report recommending the abolition of the National Capital Development Commission and the formation of a locally elected government.
20 In his final year, as a member of Eton's senior council, he unsuccessfully campaigned for the abolition of corporal punishment at the school.
21 Before the independence of the Thirteen Colonies until the abolition of slavery in 1865, an African-American slave was commonly known as a negro.
22 Pope Leo XIII in a motu proprio of 4 July 1898 most solemnly decreed the abolition of all venality in the transfer or collation of the said offices.
23 Andrei's grandfather Ivan had been a prominent lawyer in the Russian Empire who had displayed respect for social awareness and humanitarian principles (including advocating the abolition of capital punishment) that would later influence his grandson.
24 David's arguments could, in principle, justify the abolition of formal legal systems altogether."
25 the abolition of the Jewish sacrifices by Jesus;
26 The left-wing coup d'état of 9 September 1944 led to the abolition of the monarchy and the executions of some 1,000–3,000 dissidents, war criminals, and members of the former royal elite.
27 The offence of being a common barrator was abolished in Victoria by section 2 of the Abolition of Obsolete Offences Act 1969.
28 It is thought to have contributed to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire.
29 The islands prospered economically until the middle of the nineteenth century, when a combination of the abolition of slavery in the British Empire in 1834, a series of disastrous hurricanes, and the growth in the sugar beet crop in Europe and the United States significantly reduced sugar cane production and led to a period of economic decline.
30 On 10 July 1999, the Ministry of Defence was created, with the abolition of the EMFA and the merger of all three ministries of the Armed Forces (Army, Navy and Air Force) into a singular ministry of the Cabinet.