Silent Majority


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Silent Majority

average Americans of middle class. [Am. Culture: Flexner, 375]
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Tess Bonganay, member of the Silent Majority, labeled the tribunal's decision as 'unconstitutional' and 'illegal.'
The phrase "silent majority" was introduced by Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew into their campaign and into the political vocabulary.
Addis Ababa, Aug.13 (SUNA) - Delegation of the People's Movement Party (silent majority) headed by Major General Khamis Gulab met, today, in Addis Ababa, President of the African Hiogh Level Mechanism, Thabo Mbeki .
Send the message from the silent majority that enough is enough societynotcommunity Really?
The Great Silent Majority: Nixon's 1969 Speech on Vietnamization.
Auction house Digard says, including fees, the total sale price for the 1998 work, Silent Majority, was PS445,000.
And what does it say about the silent majority of fellow supporters near them, who did nothing about it.
The think tank report "Silent Majority: How the public will support a new wave of social housing" has been supported by the Home Group, one of the UK's largest providers of affordable housing, which has its headquarters in Newcastle.
In a speech delivered at London's Battersea power station, Mr Miliband took issue with claims by the boss of Wonga that he was speaking for a "silent majority" who were happy with the service they were offered.
The silent majority which we Egyptians call " Kanaba (couch) people," are in reality the large group of citizens buried in their own daily struggle to survive and keep afloat in very dire days.
Events in Bahrain and the Arab world are making people aware of the silent majority in Islam being sidelined.
#EgyConstitution : The Silent Majority is back For real It is like the silent majority is back to its silence.