He never used the cosy chambers which the Reform provides for its favoured members.
Fogg would, according to his daily habit, quit Saville Row, and repair to the Reform.
Draco appears to have been intrusted by the people of Athens with indefinite powers to reform its government and laws.
History informs us, likewise, of the difficulties with which these celebrated reformers had to contend, as well as the expedients which they were obliged to employ in order to carry their reforms into effect.
In September, the LWVUS cosponsored Seize the Moment: a National Conference on the Public Financing of Elections, a successful effort that brought together experts and activists from local, state and national reform
The impact of teacher efficacy in times of intense reform
efforts remains a less explored topic.
While school funding reform
attempts have been going on in earnest for more than two decades, organizers and activists are grasping to a glimmer of hope for next year.
For this, we can analyze the effects of postretirement benefit accounting reform
by looking at how the financial market's view of plans will change--that is, we will ask how accounting reform
will affect the share prices of plan sponsors.
VICA's support, coming at a time when Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is getting ready to unveil his own reform
plan, is a sign of growing support for structural change in the way local schools are run.
Evidently, the Grassley-Baucus bill envisages an IMF reform
that will transform the Fund into an agency that deals with the problem of "fundamental misalignment" of currencies.
Thus, in addressing this topic last fall, the Institute identified four overarching principles that we believe should guide the tax reform
While many free-market scholars view public charter schools as a more marginal school-choice reform
, these schools do demonstrate what can happen when students have both a true open enrollment system and purchasing power rivaling that of students enrolled in traditional public schools.