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idealistic pacifists who thought that tyranny could be toppled by rational argument and mutual understanding
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Its most troubling revelation, as seen through the eyes of a tough but idealistic FBI agent played by Emily Blunt, wasn’t that the war on drugs was unwinnable.
In the flashback, Elizabeth reconnects with a young, innocent, and idealistic version of herself: a woman motivated by her people’s wartime suffering to serve her country.
As global tensions rise and conflict engulfs countries such as Syria, Mali, South Sudan and Yemen, military cuts are a proposition that, in much of the world, sounds idealistic and even naïve.
In Braunau San Francisco Playhouse resents Dipika Guha’s story of a pair of idealistic progressives who move to Austria and embark on a plan to turn Adolf Hitler’s house into a bed-and-dinner.
Kali Russell, who just gets better and better with every role, plays D'Artagnan as an idealistic young woman from the provinces who arrives in Paris seeking honor and glory by disguising herself as a boy to apprentice with the Musketeers.
The American boyfriend was idealistic and political, always tutoring poor children and organizing rallies; Obinze had grown rich by currying favor with a Big Man, and was part of a society that was thoroughly cynical about both politics and love.
O’Rourke, with his Kennedy-esque looks and defiantly idealistic exuberance, has that rare ability to inspire voters.
For O'Hanlon and Fisher, the most promising solution to Bd and Bsal is the most sweepingly idealistic: a complete ban on the global amphibian pet trade.
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