In mechanical systems, backlash
is encountered as a problem.
sure our government and security forces are prepared to meet any backlash
The book is laid out in three parts, beginning with an overview of recent policy and debate, followed by extended discussions of what she calls the "first Welfare Backlash
(1945-1979)" which reached the national level by the 1960s, and finally the "contemporary welfare backlash
It's telling that there hasn't been a big backlash
against liberal reformers in Estonia, the country that has gone furthest in the transition from communism to free markets.
He shows that academic discourse on multiculturalism is sharply divided, and that the neoconservative position has, over the years, become ascendant to reinforce the white backlash
But it was interesting to get a little bit of backlash
Straight ball tracks have the least resistance to plunge efforts, but greatly increase backlash
through the driveline.
With some companies readjusting their offshoring strategies, Ryla positioned itself to take advantage of a growing offshoring backlash
and has reaped the benefits.
CONNECTIONS of Backlash
, the horse at the centre of the amended result controversy at Wolverhampton on Saturday, have decided not to appeal against the decision.
Theodore Dwight Bozeman, The precisianist strain: disciplinary religion and Antinomian backlash
in Puritanism to 1638, 2004, $82.
This paper comments on Arthur Powell's plenary paper "The Diversity Backlash
and the Mathematical Agency of Students of Color".
Big, as Frank tells it, beginning with the cultural backlash
of the 1960s, conservative leaders learned to appropriate traditional populist language (people v.