That the politics of southern racial ideology have historically enjoyed a national prominence far in excess of its material basis is explained by the sectional reinforcing of social retrogression
is determined by measuring "the extent to which a new plan changes the minority group's opportunity to participate in the political process.
The results of average productivity change reported in Table 3 indicate that agriculture in the sampled countries suffered a major retrogression
in the late 1960s through most of the 1970s, but recovered in the late 1970s and for most of the 1980s and 1990s.
The greatest example of economic retrogression
during the war was a return to self-sufficiency.
While recognising there has been stagnation or retrenchment, foreign scholars remain uncertain as to the causes of why there has there been such political stagnation and retrogression
since the Fourth Plenum of September 2009.
It must choose its battles wisely, lest the "wrong" case emerge as the test case for either the meaning of the retrogression
standard or the constitutionality of section 5.
In an open speech addressed to the Arab foreign ministers, the Jordanian figures said "it is no longer acceptable for the Arab masses the retrogression
in the joint Arab action and the aggressors' use of Arab territories as a springboard for aggression against Syria.
Indias rural development minister Jairam Ramesh said the report highlighted the prevalence of poverty in the midst of economic growth and the possibility that actually economic development may lead to retrogression
of social indices.
I WAS angered by Saturday's article on the demise of books and CDs attributing this retrogression
Berry: Given where we are now, and your examples of retrogression
, what has to happen for somebody to make things better?
Jean Baudrillard pointed out that subsequent to the 9/11 events in America there was a retrogression
away from an Enlightenment morality based on autonomy and freedom:
20) This tactical retrogression
would have disastrous consequences for the British in 1914.