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historical radical

South Tyneside

by Samuel Storey, Edward Backhouse, Edward Temperley Gourley, Charles Palmer (Sir Charles Palmer, 1st Baronet), Richard Ruddock, Thomas Glaholm and Thomas Scott Turnbull in 1873, as the ''Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette''. Designed to provide a platform for the Radical (Radicalism (historical)) views held by Storey and his partners, it was also Sunderland's first local daily paper. ref name "politicaltalk" >

Grand Duchy of Baden

an lawyer. In Heidelberg he became a member of the Corps Rhenania (Corps Rhenania Heidelberg). In 1838, he was an advocate before the Supreme Court in Mannheim. He abandoned the legal profession on being elected to the Second Chamber of Baden (Grand Duchy of Baden) in 1842, and at once began to take part in the opposition against the government, which assumed a more and more openly radical (Radicalism (historical)) character. His talents

City of Sunderland

Storey , Edward Backhouse, Edward Temperley Gourley, Charles Palmer (Sir Charles Palmer, 1st Baronet), Richard Ruddock, Thomas Glaholm and Thomas Scott Turnbull in 1873, as the ''Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette''. Designed to provide a platform for the Radical (Radicalism (historical)) views held by Storey and his partners, it was also Sunderland's first local daily paper. ref


in the opposition against the government, which assumed a more and more openly radical (Radicalism (historical)) character. His talents as an agitator and his personal charm won him wide popularity and influence. His influence helped to oust the Blittersdorf ministry from office. thumb Triumph International logo. (File:Triumph International logo.svg) '''Triumph International''' is an international underwear manufacturer. Founded in Heubach, Baden


; She won a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. (Swedish) http: modules.php?name Landslagen&file truppen Early life Initially a Mazzinian (Giuseppe Mazzini) radical (Radicalism (historical)), he became a member of the Italian Socialist Party (PSI) in 1891, and was elected leader of its local section in Turin the following year. He began writing for ''''La parola del Povero'', the supplement of '' Grido

Puerto Rico

Louis-Philippe of France was overthrown in the Revolution of 1848 (Revolution of 1848 in France) and a republic was declared with a Provisional Government. Three new political groups emerged during that era: they were the liberals (Liberalism), radical (Radicalism (historical))s and the socialists. The combination of man-made and natural disasters in Corsica created an acute feeling of hopelessness. Documents of the Revolution of 1848 in France, Retrieved July 31, 2007 All this came about at a time when Spain was growing fearful of the possibility of a rebellion in her Caribbean possessions, which consisted of Puerto Rico and Cuba. The program aims to encourage and support voluntary preservation of sites that illustrate the geological and ecological history of the United States, and to strengthen the public's appreciation of the country's natural heritage. As of June 22, 2011, 591 sites have been added to the National Registry of National Landmarks. NPS Digest: Secretary Salazar Designates New National Natural Landmarks. The registry includes nationally significant geological and ecological features in 48 states, American Samoa , Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Mr. Rivera was a vocal advocate for the withdrawal of the U.S. Navy from its bombing range on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico, and was arrested in 2001, together with Al Sharpton and other political figures, for trespassing onto the Navy's Vieques facility. The Navy subsequently agreed to withdraw from the Vieques facility. Although born and raised in Puerto Rico, Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico


in the European theater of operations. The election of a radical (Radicalism (historical)) liberal government in 1823 further destabilized Spain. The army - whose liberal leanings had brought the government to power - began to waver when the Spanish economy failed to improve, and in 1823, a mutiny in Madrid had to be suppressed. The Jesuits (who had been banned by Charles III (Charles III of Spain) in the 18th century, only to be rehabilitated


) is the main representative. These parties co-operated in coalition cabinets in which the Christian democrats had always been a partner: so either a centre-left coalition of the Christian democrats and social democrats was ruling or a centre-right coalition of Christian democrats and liberals. In the 1970s, the party system became more volatile: the Christian democratic parties lost seats, while new parties became successful, such as the radical (radicalism (historical)) democrat and progressive (progressivism) liberal D66 (D'66). In the 1994 election (Dutch general election, 1994), the CDA lost its dominant position. A "purple (purple (government))" cabinet was formed by VVD, D66, and PvdA. In the 2002 elections (Dutch general election, 2002), this cabinet lost its majority, because of an increased support for the CDA and the rise of the right LPF (Lijst Pim Fortuyn), a new political party, around Pim Fortuyn, who was assassinated a week before the elections. A short-lived cabinet (First Balkenende cabinet) was formed by CDA, VVD, and LPF, which was led by the CDA leader Jan Peter Balkenende. After the 2003 elections (Dutch general election, 2003), in which the LPF lost most of its seats, a cabinet (Balkenende II) was formed by CDA, VVD, and D66. The cabinet initiated an ambitious programme of reforming the welfare state, the healthcare system (Healthcare in the Netherlands), and immigration policy. In June 2006, the cabinet fell after D66 voted in favour of a motion of no confidence against the Minister of Immigration and Integration, Rita Verdonk, who had instigated an investigation of the asylum procedure of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a VVD MP (Member of Parliament). A caretaker cabinet (Balkenende III) was formed by CDA and VVD, and general elections (Dutch general election, 2006) were held on 22 November 2006. In these elections, the CDA remained the largest party and the Socialist Party (Socialist Party (Netherlands)) made the largest gains. The formation of a new cabinet (2006–07 Dutch cabinet formation) took three months, resulting in a coalition (Netherlands cabinet Balkenende-4) of CDA, PvdA, and ChristianUnion. On 20 February 2010, the cabinet fell when the PvdA refused to prolong the involvement of the Dutch Army in Uruzgan, Afghanistan. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


. As a materialist freethinker (Freethought), and politically radical (Radicalism (historical)), he was open to ideas in biology that were considered subversive in the climate of opinion prevailing in Britain after the Napoleonic Wars. He cited Erasmus Darwin's ''Zoönomia'' in his doctoral dissertation, a work which introduced the idea of evolution in poetical form. Grant travelled widely, visiting universities in France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland and came into contact with the French zoologist Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire who promulgated a view on evolution similar to that of Lamarck's (Jean-Baptiste Lamarck). Seeing the stand-off outside her home, Agathe Uwilingiyimana and her family took refuge in the Kigali U.N. volunteer compound around 8 am. Eye-witnesses to the inquiry on U.N. actions say that Rwandan soldiers entered the compound at 10 am, and searched it for Agathe Uwilingiyimana. Fearing for the lives of her children, Agathe and her husband emerged, and they were shot and killed by the presidential guard on the morning of 7 April 1994. Her children escaped and eventually took refuge in Switzerland. In his book, ''Me Against My Brother'', Scott Peterson (Scott Peterson (writer)) writes that the U.N. troops sent to protect Uwilingiyimana were castrated, gagged with their own genitalia, and then murdered. 1991-1993 In 1991, he travelled to Switzerland to take charge of matches in the UEFA European Under-16 Championship final round. He became a FIFA international referee at the age of 28, his first international match was Iceland against Turkey on 17 July 1991. A stint at the FIFA Under-17 World Championship (Football Under-17 World Championship) in Japan two years later was followed by recognition at elite UEFA levels. TAG Aviation are a multinational business aviation operator, with aircraft based in Farnborough, Switzerland, and Madrid. Business aviation flying has grown from a low level in 1989 to around 19,000 movements in 2005. thumb left Sign leading to the entrance of Farnborough House, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (File:AAIB roadsign.JPG) head office right 180px thumb Kaisersberg (Image:Johannes geiler von kayersberg.jpg) '''Johann Geiler von Kaisersberg''' (Schaffhausen, March 16, 1445 – Strasbourg March 10, 1510), was a Swiss-born (Switzerland) preacher, considered one of the greatest of the popular preachers of the 15th century. The '''Walser language''' ( commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


party , founded in 2001 by Elisa Carrió. It is a member of the Civic Coalition with centrist and centre-left parties. The '''Radical Civic Union''' (in Spanish, '''''Unión Cívica Radical''''', ''UCR'') is a political party in Argentina. The party's positions on issues range from liberal (liberalism) to social democratic (social democracy). The UCR is a member of the Socialist International. Founded in 1891 by radical (Radicalism (historical)) liberals, it is the oldest political party active in Argentina. For many years the party was either in opposition to Peronist (Peronism) governments or illegal during military rule. "Radical Civic Union." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2006. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 14 Nov. 2006 . 75px left FrePaSo logo (Image:Frepaso logo.jpg) The '''Front for a Country in Solidarity''' ( Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina

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