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a society that prized conformity very highly and treated dissenters of any kind very harshly
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State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk, who sits on the state panel, was the lone dissenter.
Human Rights Watch spoke with five Awamiya residents who did not sympathize with the armed dissenters but faulted government forces for unnecessarily provoking the prolonged fighting.
A sweeping historical essay by Taylor points out (accurately, but also approvingly) the country’s deeply racist and exclusionary past, writing, Today’s egalitarians are therefore radical dissenters from traditional American thinking.
Franco's fascist beliefs involved rounding up and executing political opponents and dissenters as well as censoring the media while keeping the country under his complete control through military force.
Gov. John Kasich, a vocal dissenter on much of Trump's policy and rhetoric, originally followed suit with other GOP statements.
Defoe’s family was part of the Dissenters movement who disagreed with the Anglican church and were politically separate from the mainstream.
The problems that Republican dissenters have with this bill are fundamental and contradictory.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James and Councilman Dan Fowler were the two dissenters.
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