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But if the execution of the laws of the national government should not require the intervention of the State legislatures, if they were to pass into immediate operation upon the citizens themselves, the particular governments could not interrupt their progress without an open and violent exertion of an unconstitutional power.
And as to those mortal feuds which, in certain conjunctures, spread a conflagration through a whole nation, or through a very large proportion of it, proceeding either from weighty causes of discontent given by the government or from the contagion of some violent popular paroxysm, they do not fall within any ordinary rules of calculation.
The young girl, deeply agitated by this violent scene, fell back exhausted on her bed, and began to sob and weep.
Overwhelmed at first under this violent shock, he by and by recovered himself, and resolved to crush the proposal by weight of his arguments.
This is plain in the violent diseases of ambition and avarice.
In assessing harm, it is difficult to envisage a more serious case of violent disorder, given the consequences for Mr Dobbin and his family.
Violent extremism is a direct assault on the UN charter and the universal declaration of human rights.
The event, convened during the Council's current session, which runs through 24 March, examined measures to prevent or counter violent extremism from the human rights prism.
Human rights abuses by violent extremists directly assault the United Nations Charter and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.
Take 200 children and randomize 100 to watch their parents viciously attack one another for an hour a day, the other 100 to watch a violent television program an hour a day," they suggest, "then assess their mental health after one month is over.
Yet research published in the August 2014 Psychology of Popular Media Culture finds that playing violent video games is in fact correlated with less aggression and crime in the real world.
Some people claim there is no consensus about whether violent media can increase aggression in children, but this study shows that there is consensus," says psychologist Brad Bushman, lead author of fie study, who notes that, while 66% of researchers agree or strongly agree that violent video games increase aggression, only 17% disagreed or strongly disagreed.
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