As for Mary Queen of Scots who had, naively
, sought her cousin's protection, her long imprisonment and final execution by her host still touches a raw nerve on this side of the Border where (pace Starkey) many, whatever Mary's faults, still revere her memory.
But progressives find themselves resisting those who naively
claim that the existence of multiracial people effectively ends racist thinking.
brain-dead) postwar university education system, Takenaka is an example of a specific type of Japanese bureaucrat: those who spoke English and found it easy to establish an international profile while naively
embracing Western supply-side dogma.
And Britain received no support from the United States, whose policy was unequivocally (and extremely naively
and short-sightedly) aimed at creating a political union in Europe--and initially wanted Britain out because it, just like de Gaulle, believed British entry would make full political union more difficult.
Back in 1989, as a practicing clinician with little true management experience but with a "job title," I had naively
considered myself a physician executive.
assured me that this was a voluntary club.
believe they will get promoted through hard work, but quickly realise they need to stitch up colleagues to succeed, a new study shows.
agreed, and was soon handed a sawed-off shotgun.
, I believed that Vancouver, being bigger, would probably be better.
believe that if they could cut the middleman out, they could save a bundle.
This humanism avoids both a naively
optimistic, insulated worldview, and a fatalistic reading of the world's human problems.
This view naively
ignores what all good management teams know about the high cost of issuing stock: Management teams are increasingly focused on cash flow per share and earnings per share toward driving their shareholders' per-share value.