of strikes by urban workers, especially those working in the port and river transport. On 3 August 1959, fifty striking dockworkers were killed. After this, the PAIGC changed strategy to avoid public demonstrations and concentrated instead on the organisation of the rural peasants. In 1961, when a purely political campaign for independence had made little progress, the PAIGC adopted guerrilla tactics. R H Chilcote, (1977). Guinea-Bissau's Struggle: Past and Present, Africa Today, Vol. 24
'' ( ), the PAIGC. In 1961, when a purely political campaign for independence had made predictably little progress, the PAIGC adopted guerrilla tactics. Although heavily outnumbered by Portuguese troops (approximately 30,000 Portuguese to some 10,000 guerrillas), the PAIGe had the great advantage of safe havens over the border in Senegal and Guinea, both recently independent of French rule. Several communist
, when a purely political campaign for independence had made predictably little progress, the PAIGC adopted guerrilla tactics. Although heavily outnumbered by Portuguese troops (approximately 30,000 Portuguese to some 10,000 guerrillas), the PAIGe had the great advantage of safe havens over the border in Senegal and Guinea, both recently independent of French rule. Several communist countries supported the guerrillas with weapons and military training. The conflict in Portuguese
and 1902-5. Until the end of the 19th century, rubber was the main export. Independence War The fight for independence began in 1956, when Amílcar Cabral founded the ''Partido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde'' ( ), the PAIGC. In 1961, when a purely political campaign for independence had made predictably little progress, the PAIGC adopted guerrilla tactics. Although heavily outnumbered
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the Hong Kong Administration. It was reported that Hong Kong's refusal was because it was dissatisfied that the Taiwanese government used the charter flight route as a political campaign instrument.
the charter flight route as a political campaign instrument.
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of the United States federal -level campaign (political campaign)s. Membership consists of all students at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, who have paid the current term or semester student incidental fee. ASUO About Page, Associated Students of the University of Oregon website, University of Oregon. '''Eugene Airport''' , also known as '''Mahlon Sweet Field''', is a public
: "Last year, ''The New York Times'' reported that Huntsman is reluctant to ask his father for money, but the candidate calls that story 'a little misinformed'. He says the Huntsman family gives to humanitarian causes and doesn't consider a political campaign to be a humanitarian cause. Even so, the elder Huntsman is reported to have given much money to the superPAC (Jon Huntsman presidential campaign, 2012#Caucus and Primary results 2012), Our Destiny PAC , that supports his son." Siegel, Robert (Robert Siegel) and NPR staff, "Huntsman's Long-Shot Bet: A Surprise In N.H.", NPR ''All Things Considered'', January 9, 2012. Retrieved 2012-01-09. The PAC spent over $900,000 on ads in New Hampshire in the two months before the January primary Goldman, Julianna, "Huntsman’s bet on New Hampshire’s contrarian spirit allows him to stay in the race", Bloomberg via ''Washington Post'', January 11, 2012. Retrieved 2012-01-13. and over $2 million overall. Vogel, Kenneth P., "3 billionaires who'll drag out the race", ''Politico'', 1 12 12 12:20 pm EST. Retrieved 2012-01-16. Huntsman, Sr. attended campaign events Coppins, McKay, "Jon Huntsman's Dad Could Go All In — Or Cut Him Off", ''BuzzFeed'', January 11, 2012. Retrieved 2012-01-16 and was on stage at the third-place finish celebration in Manchester, New Hampshire. Huntsman Jr. announced his intention in Manchester to continue the campaign in South Carolina (South Carolina Republican primary, 2012) but dropped out on January 16, in advance of the vote there, throwing his support to Mitt Romney. Haberman, Maggie, ''et al.'', "Jon Huntsman to drop out, endorse Mitt Romney in 2012 elections", ''Politico'', updated 1 16 12 9:58 am EST. Retrieved 2012-01-16 *Mancelona, Michigan (MLN) *Manchester, New Hampshire (MHT) (Amtrak station) (Manchester (Amtrak station)) *Manning, Oregon (MNI) Oregon Coachways thumb right 300px Manchester, New Hampshire Manchester (Image:First Horsecar in Manchester, NH.jpg), New Hampshire's first horsecar, dating from 1877, and on display about 1908 With their own vehicle, a character can begin performing courier missions between the various towns along the Atlantic seaboard—including Syracuse (Syracuse, New York), Boston (Boston, Massachusetts), Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) (Origin's headquarters at the time, which could be visited in the game) and Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey) among a few. The character may also enter more distinguished Arena events to earn money as well as take to the highways to fight the other cars and salvage their parts. In this sense, the game was very open-ended (open-ended (gameplay)) in what the player could do. The game also had a storyline, involving certain critical courier tasks, such as carrying important criminal evidence through the dangerous terrain between cities. Retrieved 12-01-2011 The '''Yankee Network''' was an American radio network. It was founded in 1930 by John Shepard III; in 1949, a controlling interest in the network was purchased by General Tire when Robert Shepard chairman of the network's parent company, The Shepard Company, decided that radio and its dependence on the FCC was too risky a business to bankroll any longer. Money was also needed to pay estate taxes following the death of John III's and Robert's father John Shepard Jr. the previous year. The flagship Yankee station was Boston's 1230, later 1260 and finally 680 WNAC (WRKO). The Yankee Network had affiliates elsewhere in Massachusetts (Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts)–Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)); Connecticut (Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)); Rhode Island (Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)); New Hampshire (Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire)), and Maine (Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Bangor (Bangor, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Portland (Portland, Maine)). - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 -
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