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working for the betterment of the lives of working people
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In her mind, the statue is artwork honoring a man who devoted much of his life to the betterment of Louisville.
In the decade following the 1986 tax reform—when congressional Democrats set politics aside to work with President Reagan for the betterment of the country—our economy boomed, millions of jobs were created, and wages rose across every income level.
No longer can Hollywood pretend to be a forum designed for female betterment
The other thing is his willingness to sacrifice his body for the betterment of the team.
Clearly, the decision to overextend the stays of Balor, Nakamura, and Samoa Joe in NXT were for the betterment of the brand.
Soviet ideology made the state a machine acting for the betterment of mankind, while most Americans resented centralized state power and feared its consequences.
But its country club aspects were mixed with a sense of personal betterment (Luce came from a missionary family), of new economies of news gathering, and of raising the news business from its barroom character into a proper gentleman's endeavor.
No longer can Hollywood pretend to be a forum designed for female betterment; no longer can many of Hollywood’s most burnished elites proclaim their love for female empowerment.
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