In her reading of the play Woodbridge does honorable battle with many recent critical arguments that would set bounds to King Lear's economic radicalism--Naomi Liebler's claim that the play "takes no view of the large population of Jacobean poor" (224), Margreta de Grazia's view that no compassionate redistribution of the superflux takes place, Annabel Patterson's view that Lear unfortunately recovers from the mad wisdom of his sermon on injustice, Richard Halpern's view that the loyalties the play affirms are regressively
Read outside the generic framework of the buddy film, a brief scene in which Chae-wan boasts about the "anti-slip soles" on his new pair of Nikes would seem extraneous; but when understood as a sign of regressively
figured masculinity (implicitly linked to the West), his curious comment gains relevance and unleashes the thematic undertow of a film constantly hovering over images and non-images of falling.
The income tax history in our time has, with the silence of most of the news media, shifted the burden regressively
to sales taxes, which hit the disposable income of ordinary families the hardest.
Labor today is timid on matters economic, often being regressively
interventionist, and on social policy is confused at best.
Johnson suffers from a regressively
class-bound critical establishment in Britain, and it seems that it is time to set aside such prejudices.
320) Law regressively
treats cultural meanings like the private intellectual property of a culture's leadership.
Unlike the Mayor, who saw fit to raise his own salary--he now makes $190,000 a year--the real income for NYC households fell on average by 11% between 1990 and 1993, and it has gotten regressively
worse since then.
Trematodes, cestodes and acanthocephalans were regressively
stained in hematoxylin and studied as whole-mounts in Canada balsam.
The burden of private funding being regressively
distributed relative to household income.
There are, of course, a variety of other inequities associated with the program given that it raises money regressively
and directs it largely toward those middle- and upper-class families who happen to have children in college.
Caribbean identity vacillates between the insular and anti-modern temptation to insist regressively
on its own autochthonous differences from modernizing powers and the endless temptation to chase and exoticize dominant, foreign cultural practices, ideas, ideologies.
It gives it the opportunity to offer a documentation tool that enables applications to be regressively
tested for compatibility with any new software in development.