and no raucous American orchestrations which have ruined our radio and TV.
His study makes an important contribution to our understanding of what progressive Catholics understood themselves to be, embarking upon prior to the condemnation with its definition of "Modernism"; it clarifies and deepens our perception of connections between Americanism
and Modernism; and with McSorley, it emphasizes a somewhat neglected dimension of the Modernist crisis--spirituality.
Unfortunately for his objection, stiff upper lip is itself an Americanism
, from the early 19th century, that has made itself very much at home here, with the language none the worse for it.
Post-war conditions brought this process of defining and constricting the meanings of Americanism
into sharper focus.
It must be said, however, that Chalmers had already made this case for backlash, even if less emphatically, in Hooded Americanism
One might especially wish for more coverage of manifestations of Americanism
and Weill's American works.
That's what the principle of Americanism
means to many people," he added.
Both students were presented winner's plaques (Trent's had a Braille overlay) and featured as guests at the Unit 42 Americanism
luncheon and program.
The Bellingham Elks Lodge Americanism
chairperson, Kathy Bergman, has presented the Fisher House Manager, Cecile Bagrow, with a new BBQ for veterans and families staying at the Fisher House in Seattle.
A prominent businesswoman and a man dubbed "the honorary mayor of Woodland Hills" are set to be honored at an Americanism
Educational League gala next month.
program is co-sponsored with the AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary.
That is not a new Americanism
but the club often split up friendly games in this way, providing a natural break to make changes as players come back from injury.