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What is surprising is how ordinary, even restrained The Great Betrayal is. For the most part it is no worse than - indeed is largely based on - the sort of thing you can read all the time in The Atlantic, The National Interest, and other seemingly respectable journals.
265] shows that the great bulk of America's move from protectionism to free trade took place between 1934 and 1960, even though he chooses inexplicably to consider the relatively small tariff reductions since 1967 as defining the "free trade era".
And surely the prolonged era of unprecedented growth that took place as tariffs declined should at the very least count as evidence that liberalizing trade does not always produce evil effects.
web.mit.edu /krugman/www/buchanan.html   (727 words)

  
 The great betrayal - Interim, October 2002
For Lebel, the betrayal of the separatist movement, particularly the separatist parties (BQ and PQ), is not against Canada or the English Canadians - he remains an ardent separatist - but it is a betrayal against the principles and the militants of the separatist movement.
In December 2000, the "Michaud affair" burst on to the Quebec political landscape and led to the resignation of then-premier Lucien Bouchard in January 2001.
He will be a witness to the betrayal of the separatist apparatchiks, but also of the whole Quebec political class.
www.theinterim.com /2002/oct/gagnon.html   (617 words)

  
 The Great Betrayal
His response, embodied in The Great Betrayal, is not only written in his famous lucid and direct style, but buttressed by an enormous collection of proofs not simply from the past, but by living evidence.
Buchanan is now the most important American columnist to define the war against American industry at home and internationally, and to recommend not only repairs to the nation’s crumbling industries, but to recall a proven, oft-tested alternative to the twin scourges of the income tax and the IRS: concrete policies for saving this nation.
The Great Betrayal not only explains the fallacies of Free Trade with an array of current as well as past examples, it makes the rewards of protective tariffs clear to the average citizen.
www.pat2k.com /trade/otto_gb.htm   (1065 words)

  
 The Great Betrayal: Fraud in Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
For reviewers with even the best intentions the labour of the task is daunting: with the present level of grant proposals to (US) National Institute of Health panellists, Judson points out, this works out at some 800 reviewer-years per year to handle the $27 billion handed out by its 20 institutes in fiscal 2004.
For the scientist the strain is equally great: perhaps up to half his/her time is spent writing grant proposals.
The next great task after that will address the need to stop authors and their funding agents from imparting media spin to their results, otherwise unintelligible to the lay reader, whose intellect is pulled one way then another by the ‘sturm und drang’ of scientific debate to the point of total confusion.
www.i-c-m.org.uk /journal/2005/jun/r01.htm   (1065 words)

  
 The Great Betrayal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Betrayal is a 1981 autobiography written by Ian Smith covering his time as Premier of the British Crown Colony of Southern Rhodesia and Prime Minister of Rhodesia (April 13, 1964 - June 1, 1979).
Representation was questioned, and the result of the Lancaster House Agreement was that fresh elections were held, won by Robert Mugabe of Zanu-PF, over Joshua Nkomo and Zimbabwe African People's Union and Ian Smith's white minority and Abel Muzorewa.
The autobiography gives Smith's explanations for his decisions over this period, claiming that he was betrayed by his friends in government who had offered to help him and Rhodesia but ultimately did not.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Great_Betrayal   (263 words)

  
 THE GREAT BETRAYAL - BOOKNOTES TRANSCRIPT - IN THE NEWS - NewsRoom - Patrick J. Buchanan for President Official Web Site
And he is the fellow in there that's the great apostate and he converted to economic nationalism and so did Thomas Jefferson, who was a free trader in his youth, very militant free trader.
But the--because US trade was so great, trade was still growing and the United States was growing so enormously and people wanted to get into this market that the tariffs themselves financed what was a very tiny federal government.
And the revenues were so great, frankly, that--that--that Cleveland got in a battle with the Republicans and they both decided that they had to stop these terrible surpluses, that they didn't know what to do with all this money that was pouring into the federal government.
www.buchanan.org /no-98-0517-cspan-great-betrayal.html   (8355 words)

  
 Green Left - BRITAIN: The great betrayal
There was no suggestion by Blair that he would address the main cause of this poverty — almost two decades of spectacular wealth redistribution by Margaret Thatcher, the eradication of real jobs and training and the running down of schools for most children.
Certainly, he will be remembered, I believe, for his betrayal of the hopes of ordinary people who had the right to expect that after 18 years of the Tories, he would be different.
All over the world that great popular movement is on the rise again, confronting a “global economy” that gives to the well-off and takes from the poorest.
www.greenleft.org.au /2002/494/28159   (2177 words)

  
 The Great British Betrayal
Through our indifference we are repeating a betrayal every bit as great as that which occurred some fifty years ago.
In another betrayal of those whose human rights have been so badly degraded, Burma was admitted to full membership of ASEAN last year.
The latest twist in the logging scandal involves the deputy chief forestry official who said last week that he had been sent an anonymous 5 million baht kickback which he wanted to hand over to the Government as a token of his honourable intentions.
www.jubileecampaign.co.uk /world/bur3.htm   (3628 words)

  
 Books in Review: The Great Betrayal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In his view, the consequences of that betrayal go far beyond mere wealth and poverty.
However imperfectly, The Great Betrayal peels back the polished veneer of establishment politics and offers a glimpse of what lies beneath: a democracy in an advanced state of disrepair.
It is up to the federal government, in his view, to put paid to the Great Barbecue of the 1990s, to impose restrictive new rules governing economic activity, and to abandon our hegemonic pretensions.
www.firstthings.com /ftissues/ft9808/reviews/bacevich.html   (1210 words)

  
 The Best Reviews: Millenia Black, The Great Betrayal Review
THE GREAT BETRAYAL is a powerful family drama that grips readers from the moment of full clarity as to why Leslie feels her world imploded and never slows down until the final twist.
Leslie is one of the best protagonists of the year as she is fully developed to the point that readers know her and understand her motives, past and present.
Her daughter is risking more than the family's good name with her search for love and attention in all the wrong places, and Leslie finds the unmistakable clues that her husband is having an affair.
thebestreviews.com /review36138   (384 words)

  
 American Scientist Online - Conduct Unbecoming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
However, the spate of reports of cases of scientific fraud in the United States that hit the headlines in the 1980s, culminating in the much-publicized affair involving a collaborator of Nobel laureate David Baltimore, suggested that science was suffering from a veritable crime wave.
Hence, although one may have serious reservations about the motives of the expanding and sometimes messianic band of seekers of scientific fraud, and about the extent to which it occurs, there is no doubt that science has to face up to the existence of dishonesty within its ranks.
Judson accepts that editors of scientific journals have gone to great lengths to try to put their houses in order, but he is not convinced that they have gone far enough or, indeed, that it is possible for them to help eradicate these problems using the current mechanisms of scientific publication.
www.americanscientist.org /template/BookReviewTypeDetail/assetid/39095   (1182 words)

  
 (DV) Petersen: The Great Betrayal
The betrayal of Jesus is a pivotal moment in Christian civilization; indeed, betrayal has played a role throughout history.
These two men are betraying the common American citizen with their political ambition.
This betrayal will result in the further spilling of American blood and the lightly-regarded blood of foreigners.
www.dissidentvoice.org /Sept04/Petersen0920.htm   (1198 words)

  
 www.markdanner.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
General Rupert Smith of Great Britain, the commander of the UNProtection Force in Sarajevo, responded on May 25 and 26 by ordering NATO planes to bomb an arms depot near Pale, the Serb capital.
As the great crowds of refugees pushed northward along the road, paying no heed to the wounded and the dying, they could see the Muslim men of Srebrenica climbing the hillside beside the road, heading west.
Everywhere earth erupted from the forest floor, mortar rounds sending up great clods of soil along with red-hot shrapnel; bullets raked the column of fleeing men; rocket-propelled grenades blasted bushes and trees so men thrown facedown hugging the earth were buried by leaves and branches and crushed beneath uprooted trunks.
www.markdanner.com /nyreview/032698_Bosnia_The_Great_Betrayal.htm   (12562 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Great Betrayal: The Memoirs of Ian Douglas Smith: Books: Ian Douglas Smith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A great country that was the bread basket of southern Africa was taken by a combination of treason and politics by England and the United States.
Ian Smith is one of the great patriots and statesmen of the 20th century, thus his memoirs should be read by all.
The deranged, tyrannical, murderous and yes, RACIST regime of his successor, the despicable Robert Mugabe, is answer enough for the leftist and egalitarian critics of the great Ian Smith.
www.amazon.com /Great-Betrayal-Memoirs-Douglas-Smith/dp/1857821769   (1998 words)

  
 ITV - John Pilger - The Observer: the great betrayal
In opposing the British attack on Suez in 1956, Astor, said the paper, "took the government to task for its bullying and in so doing defined the Observer as a freethinking paper prepared to swim against the tide".
The paper that stood proudly against Eden on Suez is but a supplicant to the warmongering Blair, willing to support the very crime the judges at Nuremberg deemed the most serious of all: an unprovoked attack on a sovereign country offering no threat.
Not a word in the Observer's editorial mentioned the great crime committed by the British and American governments against the ordinary people of Iraq.
pilger.carlton.com /page.asp?partid=394   (1136 words)

  
 The Year King Uzziah Died and The Great Betrayal...
Yes, the coming great tribulation and persecution will take away many of our Uzziah idols that blind us from seeing God’s glory, however our desire will be to serve Jesus and not deceit of men.
I believe will happen and has already begun happening…the Great Betrayal…men betraying one another for the love of money and also because of the great tribulations will cause a forsaking in the land…notice it is not the forsaking of the land but forsaking in the land….
The great repentance will come with great tribulation and persecution…because of the betrayal many will be killed and persecuted for their stand for truth on American soil and else were…yes on American soil…The coming ‘revival’ is not a gimmick but true repentance that always is followed with persecutions like True Christians have experienced in history…
www.yesumulungi.com /Prophesy/Proph25.htm   (4096 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Being Sacrificed to..: Books: Patrick ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Being Sacrificed to..
The Great Betrayal, however, is an economic manifesto that promotes what Buchanan calls "economic nationalism." Buchanan believes that free trade serves the interests of Wall Street, not Main Street.
His thesis depends on the historical "proof" that America has been economically declining since adopting more "free trade measures" (more on that later) and was very prosperous in the 19th century when there was greater protection from foreign trade.
www.amazon.com /Great-Betrayal-American-Sovereignty-Sacrificed/dp/0316115185   (2812 words)

  
 The Oldest Religion of The World and The Great Betrayal! - Omplace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Class is according to function, not function according to class." The selfish priests betrayed Sri Krishna and Sage Vyasa by twisting the entire holy hymns the Bhagavata and the Bhagavat-Gita.
The Ancient Indian history clearly shows with live proof that the very word 'Hindu' is an outcome of the selfish Brahmin’s crooked calculation, who kicked out the holy sentiments of The Gauthama Buddha, the ninth continuation of Sri Krishna from the Indian Territory, two thousand five hundred years ago.
Only after that great betrayal did the heavenly Truths of the Bhagavata started flowing outside.
www.omplace.com /ubb/Forum92/HTML/000003.html   (987 words)

  
 The Great Betrayal - Ian Smith
Throughout the book Smith takes great pains to explain to the reader how he stuck to his principles, acted according to his conscience, all the while marvelling at the duplicity exhibited by some British and South African politicians while attempting to "solve the Rhodesian problem".
Agreements were ignored, decisions and commitments reversed, and this, not any supposed intransigence on the part of Smith, who spent most of his time trying to get his opponents to stick to their promises, brought about the tragedy of Rhodesia.
As Smith relates, it took a great deal of effort to get Bishop Muzorewa "into the starting stalls", but once he had been convinced to participate, he complimented Smith on his achievement in bringing together the various erstwhile enemies.
www.rhodesia.nl /betrayal.htm   (4191 words)

  
 Pat Buchanan: The Great Betrayal
To that end he has written The Great Betrayal, a root-and-branch rejection of free trade in favor of a "new nationalism."
For a general overview, read Brink Lindsey's review of The Great Betrayal, which appeared in the July 1998 issue of Reason magazine.
The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Being Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy, by Patrick J. Buchanan, New York: Little, Brown, page 224.
www.freetrade.org /node/442/print   (407 words)

  
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The Great Betrayal: The PPP vs Roger Khan
It ought to be obvious that the PPP, the so-called "Jagan's Party" as opposed to the people's party, has betrayed a Guyanese by refusing to ask for his extradition back to Guyana.
It is time for East Indians to find a new political representation for sure—from Balram Singh Rai to Roger Khan, the story has been one and the same—the supporters are used for the personal benefits of PPP figures.
www.guyanaundersiege.com /RogerKAffair/greatbetrayal.htm   (1039 words)

  
 The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Being Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy. ...
The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Being Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy.
To that end he has written The Great Betrayal, a root-and-branch rejection of free trade in favor of a "new nationalism." Consider this book a preview of his 2000 campaign strategy.
Space constraints prevent me from cataloging and responding to all of the butcheries of economic reasoning contained in The Great Betrayal.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1568/is_n3_v30/ai_20856071   (869 words)

  
 The Great Betrayal
I can only guess that they are not for the truth but against the truth and that they are secret agents posted by Satan to work “behind the lines”.
For many will come in My name, saying, `I am the Christ,' and will deceive many… Then they will deliver you up to tribulation and kill you, and you will be hated by all nations for My name's sake.
And then many will be offended, will betray one another, and will hate one another.
www.erwm.com /AntonBosch65.htm   (1181 words)

  
 New Statesman - The great betrayal. Rebecca Abrams despairs of our educational apartheid
Other than war in Iraq, no subject is more likely to ruin a good party or wreck a close friendship.
Twenty years ago, parents who leaned to the political left were confident that the state was, if not great, then good enough.
Middle-class parents would be able to make up the educational shortfall, and the benefits of learning about real life at a state school would outweigh (more or less) any advantages of intellectual hothousing at a private one.
www.newstatesman.com /200303310039   (1269 words)

  
 The New York Review of Books: The New Demon
In his new book, ominously titled The Great Betrayal, Patrick Buchanan seeks to show that the economic difficulties and anxieties faced by working Americans today, including large parts of the middle class, are the result of free trade and the pressures of open competition in the world economy.
Buchanan argues that the progressive elimination of tariffs and other barriers to foreign trade during the post-World War II era is the chief force responsible for a great many of our nation's economic and social ills.
The villains in his story--his book is as much about the politics of blame as the economics of practical solutions--are the 'transnational elites' and the politicians who do their bidding.
www.nybooks.com /nyrev/WWWarchdisplay.cgi?19981008032R   (373 words)

  
 Scout.com: The Great Betrayal: Ten Years Later
The man betrayed the legions of fans, who put over 70,000 butts in the seats of that old stadium every week.
But that hatred is somewhat tempered by ten years’ time and the knowledge that he’s out of the league now.
I used to think it would be great to meet Art, sit down with him and talk about the Browns for a few hours.
browns.scout.com /2/463962.html   (1334 words)

  
 A Great Betrayal
Incredibly, leading Lutherans have now joined with Rome, thus betraying the very truths for which Luther suffered so greatly.
There is a betrayal, not only of Luther's convictions and the Reformation by leading Lutherans, but of Christ and the gospel by leading evangelicals.
It was heartbreaking for us to see the apostasy and godlessness where the martyrs died by the millions to preserve a gospel which is being denied not only by their unbelieving descendants but by church leaders who profess Christ.
www.deceptioninthechurch.com /newpage3111111.htm   (1871 words)

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