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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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And now let me tell the readers of the Daily Reformer what I think the most remarkable thing in the whole affair.
Certainly let her be as much better placed in the laws and in social forms as the most zealous reformer can ask, but I confide so entirely in her inspiring and musical nature, that I believe only herself can show us how she shall be served.
As active and practical reformers, they thought deeply about the forms of social organization and values that give rise to the problems attracting the attention of reformers, she says, and were also among the first to develop the tools of social science that brought such problems firmly within the remit of public policy.
LINGAYEN, Pangasinan -- Around 21 reformers from Binmaley town thanked Gov.
The federal government, corporate reformers and state governments are engaged in a relentless attack against public schools, community control of education and public school teachers.
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Reformers implicitly constructed race through their anti-vice campaigns.
There were even attempts to settle Free Kansas with land reformers.
Students of social welfare institutions in the United States often fail to examine the influence of religion on the careers of social reformers and on the creation of a broad array of social services.
STASHING Pilates apparatus, called reformers, can take up a lot of room.