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.
A second and more practical, but less systematic, form of this Socialism sought to depreciate every revolutionary movement in the eyes of the working class, by showing that no mere political reform, but only a change in the material conditions of existence, in economic relations, could be of any advantage to them.
Prison Reform: for the benefit of the working class.
It was the time when the youthful Speranski was at the zenith of his fame and his reforms
were being pushed forward with the greatest energy.
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.
Past experience in the Arab world suggests that, while attempts for reform
were initiated by heads of state or government, such reform
has been frustrated when it didn't garner widespread public--and political--support.
* Governments in the region increasingly understand the imperative for economic reform
Last year, ATRA also tracked a new category of legislation, jury service reform
. As jury service participation rates have decline and juries have become less and less representative of the community, a movement has been launched to boost participation rates by passing legislation to make it easier for citizens to serve.
One provision of the tort reform
package approved last year by Texas lawmakers, H.B.
Finally in 1511, at a time of great political difficulty for the Venetian Republic, Querini entered the monastery at Camaldoli and subsequently took part in the reform
of the Camaldolese congregation.