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  • ...and made loans to banks, railroads, farm mortgage associations, and other businesses. The loans were nearly all repaid. It was continued by the [[Roosev ...was that if banks and other lenders had money to lend, it would stimulate business to expand and put Americans back to work.
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  • ...ss opportunity that presented itself. From this moment on, his rise in the business life of Pittsburgh was meteoric. He quickly mastered the art of telegra As well as having good business sense, Carnegie possessed charm and literary knowledge. However, becaus
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  • ...in authority itself does the job of authentication and protecting against abusive mails. Such domains should therefore maintain central mail relays where u ...ey act on behalf of the original sender without the sender's knowledge and approval, and without taking any care about how the final recipient could verify t
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  • ...San Francisco ordinance clearly designed to drive Chinese laundries out of business, the [[U.S. Supreme Court]] ruled in his favor, and in doing so, laid t ...rain operated by the [[Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway]], the second busiest passenger rail line in the United States.
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  • ...53-1929) was an American clergyman, educator, philanthropist and principal business and philanthropic advisor to billionaire [[John D. Rockefeller]] from ...21, 1889 he met with John D. Rockefeller, a lifelong Baptist. Rockefeller approved Gates' funding plans for the reorganized [[University of Chicago]]; and p
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  • ...too much. The bakufu and daimyos raised taxes on farmers, but did not tax business, so they too fell into debt. By 1750 rising taxes incited peasant unres ...uni. He raised taxes, denounced luxuries and tried to impede the growth of business; he failed and it appeared to many that the continued existence of the
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  • ...he states that sent delegates. On 14 September, the committee's letter was approved by the conference as a whole. They also decided to send their letter to t ...eport, "Your Commissioners did not conceive it advisable to proceed on the business of their mission." <ref name=Report>''Report''</ref>
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  • ...ss opportunity that presented itself. From that moment on, his rise in the business life of Pittsburgh was meteoric. He quickly mastered the art of telegra As well as having good business sense, Carnegie possessed charm and literary knowledge. However, becaus
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  • ...big government at home. Today, the Republican Party supports a strong pro-business platform, with further foundations in [[social conservatism]], and [[ec ...tering economic prosperity. They favor [[free-market]] policies supporting business, [[economic liberalism]], and limited regulation. The party is split b
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  • ...Most industrialized countries have such procedures; some permit reciprocal approvals. * Research that may be exempt from IRB approval ([http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/get-cfr.cgi?TITLE=45&PART=46&SE
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  • ...olony, [[William Keith]], who persuaded Franklin that he needed to go into business for himself and offered him letters of credit in London to purchase equ ...d expanded throughout the colonies. In 1748, he retired from the printing business and passed control of his operations to David Hall, while maintaining p
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  • ...olony, [[William Keith]], who persuaded Franklin that he needed to go into business for himself and offered him letters of credit in London to purchase equ ...d expanded throughout the colonies. In 1748, he retired from the printing business and passed control of his operations to David Hall, while maintaining p
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  • ...Most industrialized countries have such procedures; some permit reciprocal approvals. * Research that may be exempt from IRB approval ([http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/get-cfr.cgi?TITLE=45&PART=46&SE
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  • ...icy on Self-Promotion]]. Note that only individuals with biographies, not businesses or other corporate entities, may write articles. * If you attempt to create a fake identity to promote your business, other interests, or causes, and we find out, we will very loudly and p
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  • ...e from farm groups for direct government involvement in the grain handling business, the Scott government opted to loan money to a farmer-owned elevator co ...n, in the years just prior to World War I usually depended on support from business and professional groups. City planning, reform of local government, and
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  • ...anks to support from the national government and working arrangements with business. ...which they have no primary dispute but which is associated with a targeted business. A later statute, the [[Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act]]
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  • ...ged into Texas politics as a [[Bourbon Democrat]] who favored conservative business and banking interests. He was a supporter of all the governors from 18 ...dy, Wilson would invite all the belligerents to a peace conference. Wilson approved the plan but told House not to get involved in territorial issues; House
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  • ...Whip Inflation Now" slogan, and urged budget cuts. He was an ardent foe of busing to achieve racial integration. He repeatedly defended President Nixon's i ...ident and kept [[Henry Kissinger]] as secretary of state. Rockefeller was approved but was ineffective and unhappy in the new role. Ford's honeymoon suddenl
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  • ...y 4, a congress of seven cotton states met in [[Montgomery, Alabama]], and approved a new constitution for the [[Confederate States of America]]. Lincoln arg ...arties claimed victory, and for a while, two separate state assemblies did business. The Republican State Assembly tossed out results of the tainted electi
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  • ...I have no difficulty talking, I don't know how to do any of the eloquence business which makes for enthusiasm or applause"<ref>Taft ''Papers'' 1:271</ref> ...his mission to roll it back, bringing efficiency to government and letting business restore the economy. The New Deal was "socialistic" he proclaimed, as h
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