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Reformers

Kennicott, Carol
idealist of social reform, especially village improvement. [Am. Lit.: Main Street]
Luther, Martin
(1483–1546) German leader of the Protestant Reformation. [Ger. Hist.: NCE, 1631]
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As the editors explain in their introduction, the main argument developed in this collection of essays is that the use of models or exempla from the past by Zurich reformers in the sixteenth century contributed significantly to the character and success of the Zurich Reformation, resulting in the creation of a "radically new form of Christian community" (10).
Excellence for All: How a New Breed of Reformers is Transforming America's Public Schools by Jack Schneider, Vanderbilt University Press, 2011
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Housing reformers hoped to attract regularly employed workers and their families away from their overcrowded and unsanitary dwellings in the centre of London to this and other new estates in outlying districts.
Muslim Reformers in Iran and Turkey: The Paradox of Moderation, Gunes Murat Tezcur, Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 2010.
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Among the world's 10 most active reformers for the fourth time, Egypt made business start-up less costly, expedited the construction permit process, expanded the information available from the private credit bureau, and created commercial courts to speed up contract dispute settlements.
American Reformers 1870-1920: Progressives in Word and Deed.
The remaining four chapters are each explicitly organized around analysis of how one anti-vice crusade operated as a racial project--as sponsored by the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), or by other reformers in Chicago, New York City, or San Francisco.