winner; radio listeners- thought debate a tie (3) Result- Kennedy went up in polls, Nixon didn’t recover iii) Kennedy- benefitted from Lyndon Banes Johnson as vice president candidate (1) Lost votes to being Catholic; won due to Catholic vote in mid west, north east states iv) Inauguration- set new era’s...
In nuclear warfare , air bursts are used against soft targets (. lacking the hardened construction required to survive overpressure from a nuclear explosion) such as cities in countervalue targeting, or airfields, radar systems and mobile ICBMs in counterforce targeting.
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, from Old French perillos "perilous, dangerous" (Modern French périlleux ) "dangerous, hazardous," from Latin periculosus "dangerous, hazardous," from periculum "a danger, attempt, risk" (see peril ). Related: Perilously ; perilousness .
. diplomat Ronald Bettauer said "concerns raised by other countries, and our own concerns about the humanitarian implications of these weapons" triggered the shift in posture. It was only last November, that the Bush administration saw no need for cluster bomb curbs.
Whether Kaepernick’s protest will benefit from the same self-satisfied hindsight remains to be seen. An NFL executive called him a “traitor” for his refusal to stand, and right-wing media blowhards are using much harsher language than that. After some players on the Washington Spirit of the National Women’s Soccer League announced their intent to follow Kaepernick’s lead in an upcoming game, the team’s owner moved the scheduling of the anthem forward , so that it was performed before the players even took the field. Hendrix’s performance was vulnerable to the sanding of its uncomfortable edges in part because of the slippery nature of the medium: no matter its creator’s intent, music without words can always be heard as pure abstraction. Kaepernick’s politics, on the other hand, are explicit and impossible to ignore.