Old Order Resurgence

Note on Old Order Resurgence One final note, when I began to write this book, I
realized that two versions of it would be necessary. On the one hand, there
needed to be a book that would capture the attention of the people outside of our
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Author: Michael Hari

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329160385

Category: Church

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Reformed Resurgence

... Press, 2010); Donald B. Kraybill and Carl Desportes Bowman, On the
Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, Contemporary Anabaptist
and neo- Anabaptist Christians commit themselves and their 62 Reformed
Resurgence.

Author: Brad Vermurlen

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780190073510

Category: Religion

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"One of the biggest movements in American Christianity, especially among younger Evangelicals, is a groundswell of interest in the Reformed tradition. In Reformed Resurgence, Vermurlen provides a comprehensive sociological account of this New Calvinist phenomenon-and what it entails for the broader Evangelical landscape in the United States. Vermurlen's explanation of the Reformed resurgence develops a new theory for understanding how conservative religion can be strong and thriving in the hypermodern Western world. It is a paradigm using and expanding on strategic action field theory, a recent framework proposed for the study of movements and organizations but rarely applied to religion. This approach to religion moves beyond market dynamics and cultural happenstance and instead shows how religious strength can be "fought for and won" as the direct result of religious leaders' strategic actions and conflicts. But the battle comes at a cost. In the same storyline by which conservative Calvinistic belief experiences a resurgence in its field, present-day American Evangelicalism has turned in on itself. Because a field-theoretic model of strength is premised upon an underlying current of disunity and conflict, it has baked into it a concomitant element of significant overall religious weakness. The vision of Evangelicalism in the United States, in the end, consists of pockets of subcultural and local strength within a broader framework of secularization as "cultural entropy," as religious meanings and coherence fall apart"--
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Revolutionary Constitutions

They could rely on old-time Party apparatchiks to use their still-substantial
influence to get out the vote for the Alliance. ... the remnants of the old regime's
rural organization.27 The old-regime politicians were now declaring their loyalty
to the new democratic order, ... The resurgence of the former Communists, and
the split between the Center Alliance and the Democratic Union, were only a
prelude to the ...

Author: Bruce Ackerman

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674970687

Category: Political Science

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Offering insights into the origins, successes, and threats to revolutionary constitutionalism, Bruce Ackerman takes us to India, South Africa, Italy, France, Poland, Burma, Israel, Iran, and the U.S. and provides a blow-by-blow account of the tribulations that confronted popular movements in their insurgent campaigns for constitutional democracy.
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The Decay of Western Civilisation and Resurgence of Russia

Order is born out of chaos, and in the absence of chaos the need to maintain
order and borders declines. It is therefore an unremitting necessity to culture the
young and vibrant to replace the old and stagnant. The new adopts and builds on
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Author: Glenn Diesen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351012614

Category: Political Science

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What explains the rise of populist movements across the West and their affinity towards Russia? UKIP’s Brexit victory, Trump’s triumph, and the successive elections and referendums in Europe were united by a repudiation of the liberal international order. These new political forces envision the struggle to reproduce and advance Western civilisation to be fought along a patriotism–cosmopolitanism or nationalism–globalism battlefield, in which Russia becomes a partner rather than an adversary. Armed with neomodernism and geoeconomics, Russia has inadvertently taken on a central role in the decay of Western civilisation. This book explores the cooperation and competition between Western and Russian civilisation and the rise of anti-establishment political forces both contesting the international liberal order and expressing the desire for closer relations with Russia. Diesen proposes that Western civilisation has reached a critical juncture as modern society (gesellschaft) has overwhelmed and exhausted the traditional community (gemeinschaft) and shows the causes for the decay of Western civilisation and the subsequent impact on cooperation and conflict with Russia. The author also considers whether Russia’s international conservativism is authentic and can negate the West’s decadence, or if it is merely a shrewd strategy by a rival civilisation also in decay. This volume will be of interest to scholars of international relations, political science, security studies, international political economy, and Russian studies.
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Resurgence

K IN MY OWN WORDS · JOHN ELKINGTON THE PHOENIX ECONOMY As the
old order collapses into rubble and ashes , the good news is that a new Phoenix
Economy is starting to emerge . I PHOTOGRAPH : CHRIS KNAPTON ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556041087297

Category: Conservation of natural resources

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The Crisis of the Old Order 1919 1933

He brought a liberating impulse into the party; and his unexpectedly good run in
the New York City mayoralty election of 1929, coming a few days after the stock
market crash, seemed to open the hope of a Socialist resurgence. But when it
was ...

Author: Arthur Meier Schlesinger

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0618340858

Category: History

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The first of three books that interpret the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the early twentieth century in terms of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the spokesman and symbol of the period. Portraying the United States from the Great War to the Great Depression, this volume covers the Jazz Age and the rise and fall of the cult of business. For a season, prosperity seemed permanent, but the illusion came to an end when Wall Street crashed in October 1929. Public trust in the wisdom of business leadership crashed too. With a dramatist's eye for vivid detail and a scholar's respect for accuracy, Schlesinger brings to life the era that gave rise to FDR and his New Deal and changed the public face of the United States forever.
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Friedrich Von Gentz Defender of the Old Order

In the years 1816-17 this resurgence , in Gentz's opinion , presented the real
danger . To him it was " unmistakable " that the situation had " changed
essentially in the last years . ” No longer was the “ traditional ” endangered by the
“ rational .

Author: Paul Robinson Sweet

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015002584624

Category: Europe

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Rebels Against the Old Order

But military defeats abroad in 1799 brought about a resurgence of the Neo -
Jacobins who threatened the bourgeoisie ' s control . They also led to Napoleon '
s military coup that overthrew the regime on 18 Brumaire . The Revolution thus
fell ...

Author: Boris Blick

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ISBN: WISC:89071891014

Category: Communism

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Religion in the Creation and Preservation of Sectarian Culture Areas

Be that as it may , the dialect is far from defunct among the old Orders and even
shows some signs of resurgence . ... We may recall that the Virginia Mennonite
Church schism in 1900-01 was the last of four old Order divisions that began as ...

Author: Charles Alton Heatwole

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293030850808

Category: Electronic dissertations

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The Age of Roosevelt The crisis of the old order 1919 1933

He brought a liberating impulse into the party ; and his unexpectedly good run in
the New York City mayoralty election of 1929 , coming a few days after the stock
market crash , seemed to open the hope of a Socialist resurgence . But when it ...

Author: Arthur Meier Schlesinger

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015015192225

Category: United States

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Ethnic Resurgence in Modern Democratic States

German regiments fighting in the Union Army distributed orders in German –
while on the other it could be condign ... Sometimes brutal and sometimes benign
, the old order created a community where Chinese street signs in Boston are not
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Author: Uri Raʹanan

Publisher: Pergamon

ISBN: UOM:39015003506998

Category: Ethnicity

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The Age of Roosevelt The crisis of the old order 1919 1933 2 The coming of the New Deal 3 The politics of upheaval

He brought a liberating impulse into the party ; and his unexpectedly good run in
the New York City mayoralty election of 1929 , coming a few days after the stock
market crash , seemed to open the hope of a Socialist resurgence . But when it ...

Author: Arthur Meier Schlesinger

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105007374858

Category: United States

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The Sikh Resurgence

However , he did not start agitation against the Turkish supremacy . His
successors particularly Guru Gobind Singh carried on their campaign against the
old order of the things ; also see , Khalsa Advocate , May 26 , 1917 , 32 . Bhai
Kahn ...

Author: Joginder Singh

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015041608244

Category: Sikhs

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Personal Freedom and National Resurgence

Their choice in this case is not to restore or to prevent the old order , or to attempt
with some risk to change the surface patterns of power without changing its very
structure . This world gives birth to reforms , modernization or perestroikas , but it
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Author: Aleksander Dobrynin

Publisher: Council for Research in Values &

ISBN: STANFORD:36105060597437

Category: History

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The Western Heritage

The era that led up to it — the ancien régime ( Old Regime ) — was characterized
by absolutist monarchies and ... Old Regime Eighteenth - century resurgence of
nobles that mainteined the exclusivenees of noble rank , made it difficult to ...

Author: Donald M. Kagan

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: 0131501011

Category: History

Page: 544

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This highly visual, brief survey of Western civilization provides an exceptionally balanced survey of the political, social, and cultural development of Western civilization—its strengths and weaknesses, and the controversies surrounding it.From 1650 to the present, this volume provides a broad survey of western civilization.For those interested in a lively account of western heritage.
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The Ukrainian Resurgence

Although the old order had demonstrated that it still remained powerful , the
victories scored by the democratic opposition showed what could be achieved
with united action . Democratic candidates had triumphed in Kyiv , while in Lviv ...

Author: Bohdan Nahaylo

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015047855864

Category: History

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Ukraine's re-emergence from political oblivion and its achievement of independence were major historical events which changed the map of Europe and altered international relations in general. Yet, because it was politically submerged for so long, Ukraine's history, quest for independence, and current situation are still little known. This major study, written by a leading specialist, aims to fill this gap and makes an important contribution to the scholarly and journalistic literature on the former Soviet Union and the new states of the Commonwealth of Independent States. The Ukrainian Resurgence provides a concise recent political history of a significant new European state and offers new insight into how the Soviet Union collapsed. Drawing on an extensive range of sources, including interviews with key political and cultural figures, Bohdan Nahaylo traces developments in Soviet-ruled Ukraine from the beginning of the Gorbachev era and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, through the turbulent years of glasnost, perestroika, and the emergence of the mass national democratic movement, Rukh, to Ukraine's rejection of the idea of revamped Soviet Union. He then explores how Ukraine, in the face of economic crisis, internal divisions, and friction with Russia, consolidated independence and democracy. The Ukrainian Resurgence is essential reading for students, scholars, and policy makers who seek a better understanding of the nature of nature of the former Soviet Union and the reasons for its collapse, as well as a clearer sense of the political landscape which has emerged after the USSR's dissolution. Above all, the book provides a wonderful introduction and guide to Ukraine's recent past and its present dilemmas.
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The Decline and Resurgence of Congress

When the Republicans regained control of the House in 1919 , " a return to the
old order . . . was not seriously considered by anybody . " ' 27 They deliberately
passed over their minority leader of the preceding eight years , James Mann of ...

Author: James L. Sundquist

Publisher: Brookings Institution Press

ISBN: UOM:39015003979492

Category: Political Science

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"Solid ground for optimism as well as cause for foreboding." So James L. Sundquist views the outcome of the struggle by the Congress in the 1970s to recapture powers and responsibilities that in preceding decades it had surrendered to a burgeoning presidency. The resurgence of the Congress began in 1973, in its historic constitutional clash with President Nixon. For half a century before that time, the Congress had acquiesced in its own decline vis-à-vis the presidency, or had even initiated it, by building the presidential office as the center of leadership and coordination in the U.S. government and organizing itself not to initiate and lead but to react and follow. But the angry confrontation with President Nixon in the winter of 1972-73 galvanized the Congress to seek to regain what it considered its proper place in the constitutional scheme. Within a short period, it had created a new congressional budget process, prohibited impoundment of appropriated funds, enacted the War Powers Resolution, intensified oversight of the executive, extended the legislative veto over a wide range of executive actions, and vastly expanded its staff resources. The Decline and Resurgence of Congress, after reviewing relations between president and Congress over two centuries, traces the long series of congressional decisions that created the modern presidency and relates these to certain weaknesses that the Congress recognized in itself. It then recounts the events that marked the years of resurgence and evaluates the results. Finally, it analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the new Congress and appraises its potential for leadership and coordination.
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Quaid e Azam Muslim Economic Resurgence

But , here the situation was different . The old order had been reversed not
through the utilization of equal opportunities , but by unorthodox and illegal
methods . The quality was not labour , but an effort to get under the skin of the
government ...

Author: Mahmud Ali

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015004969138

Category: Economics

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The Resurgence of the Muslim Ummah and Pakistan Movement

Furthermore , this national attitude also owed , partly , to the dissatisfaction with
the old order which had brought humiliation to the country and endangered its
survival . In any case , it was not a calculated positive national response to the de
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Author: Dr. Muhammad Arif

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4302151

Category: Islam

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A Shadowed Man

was postponed while he wrote of the brilliant pheasant Chee - kai , which comes
to symbolise ' resurgence and beauty in ... decay had to pass away , to be
succeeded by those of resurgence , this old order had to be succeeded by new
order ' .

Author: Lois Lamplugh

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105043265102

Category: Authors, English

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