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become (more) democratic

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introduce democratic reforms

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Critique: Academician Lani Guinier (in 1998, the first woman of color appointed to a tenured professorship at the Harvard Law School) writes from an informed and informative perspective that will fully engage the reader in "The Tyranny of the Meritocracy: Democratizing Higher Education in America".
The ruling party may no longer be a democratizing force, but it may become aware of the limits of its authoritarian inclinations.
Biblical studies" can be understood either as the subject, that is, the democratizing influence and impact of biblical studies, or as the object of investigation, that is, how pedagogical practices of biblical education can be democratized.
In addition to paying ''priority attention'' to eliminating hunger and poverty, and democratizing the world body, he also said he will address climate change, the energy crisis, terrorism and human rights, as well as disarmament and nuclear control.
What the Pentagon needs now is not an insider infatuated with the latest gadgetry, but an outsider dedicated to shrinking and democratizing the Pentagon.
Vizu is democratizing the market research industry with a service that makes online polling easy, accessible, and affordable to everyone.
Democratizing health; consumer groups in the policy process.
Not content to focus on his goal on democratizing the Middle East, Bush, in his State of the Union address Wednesday, laid out an expansive agenda that includes immigration reform, tort reform and - most ambitiously of all - overhauling Social Security.
In 1960 the education ministry's technical division was abolished because the political left judged it an obstacle to democratizing and consolidating secondary education, the right "disliked its utilitarian approach," and, most importantly, influential technocrats in the new government wanted different leadership of this sector to meet increased demand for new types of skilled personnel (p.
Daniela Havenstein, Democratizing Sir Thomas Browne: "Religio Medici" and its Imitations.
The events of the week clearly demonstrated the arrival of new technologies as a democratizing, equalizing means of moving messages, mobilizing people, and framing public opinion.
The inherent tenuousness of recollecting an artmaking practice that dreamed of democratizing the realm of the aesthetic by employing low-tech material's is highlighted by Kolbowski's use of a slickly designed, state-of-the-art Bang & Olufsen Beosound 9000 CD player in the installation.
But corporate America faces agonizing decisions about democratizing the workplace, and the Bluestones don't adequately address this problem.
Blurb is democratizing publishing and eliminating the gatekeepers.
Food Tank is launching a one-year project to evaluate the potential for democratizing innovation and analyzing the true cost of food.