Fitzsimons has been careful to frame his push for change as not a rejection of the Queen or a denial of Australia’s history as a Britishcolony, but as a bleedingly obviousnextstep in the life of the nation.
For the general public, it was a greatamusement parkdesigned to enhancenationalpride and capture the fair-goer's imagination with the achievements of his or her particularnation and the exotica of the unfamiliar.
But it was surelytrue – on the basis of what they had done, where they had been and the time they had been away – that they were, as Beanput it, great-heartedmen. What was the nationgoing to do forgreat-heartedmen?
We talka lotaboutbeing "a nation of laws," but some of the lawsfound on the books of states, counties and municipalities are a bitmuch.
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As a nation we seem to be callouslyindifferent to the misery of even our owncompatriots, kith and kin, and stone-heartedlyimmune to the woes of others.
Twofloorsdown, in the assemblyarea for digitalmammographs and vascular x-raysystems, it's a mini-UN, with staff from 38 nationsworking onequipment and componentsbrought from China and India, as well as France, Germany, Hungary, Spain and the US.
Naology: or, A treatise on the origin, progress, and symbolicalimport of the sacredstructures of the mosteminentnations and ages of the world.
Nationsjoining the organisationhad tosign a nondissemination treaty.
In response to the crisis, the nations in the regionformed an organization. If you want to be part of this organization, you have to follow its rules.
But the conversationproducedno result. In a summitconference the nay-saver is in a position to prevent what his alliesdesire. An allianceamongdemocraticnations is a Polish parliament in which the liberum vetofunctions (within certain limits).