SHOULD he want to make a name for himself, Gordon Brown might usefully
address our once Christian nation's descent into the current moral, social and economic decadence.
Brundage's research usefully
exposes the constant harnessing of collective memory in the South to contemporary political ends.
Sam Walker (69, 69) and Tom Whitehouse (73, 65) were sitting usefully
at si under par, four shots behind leader Jarmo Sandelin of Sweden.
highlights Eero's brief cooperation with Nowicki yet reveals little from long-standing and vital collaborations with Eames, Dinkeloo and Roche.
The work approaches kitsch in its suggestion of a secular temple, but it usefully
high-lights the degree to which Sieverding has appropriated the aesthetics of propaganda--imposing size, hieratic composition--in her practice as a whole (using, for example, billboard-size photos to critique nuclear proliferation or xenophobia in the "New Europe").
It might even be something the West Midlands Regional Assembly could usefully
Corteguera also labors in the imposing shadow of John Elliott; while his focus on more popular elements does not challenge Elliott's argument that an alienated provincial aristocracy was the crucial element in dangerous revolts, it does usefully
refine historical understanding of the complex interplay of municipal, provincial, and monarchical authorities and agendas within the Catalan capital.
Garvey tampering with Garvey's speeches in her compilation The Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey, and she has usefully
This section of Grossman's speech usefully
displays the Bush administration's perverse priorities.
And the less said about the lachrymose fortysomething parents who constantly weep about abandoning their children, the better: If these sniveling fogies can't seize responsibility meaningfully for their kids, how can they be expected to contribute usefully
to this household?
It never occurs to these stalwart IMF defenders that the modest help ostensibly delivered by the Fund to those countries could more usefully
be deployed by the World Health Organization or UNICEF.
As for interest groups on the right, Judis is good on the rise of business lobbies, usefully
supplementing William Greider's detailed account in Who Will Tell the People?