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The growing number of have-nots, however, are being forced to borrow to pay for their daily necessities, and are getting deeper into debt.
Our ability to be a bipartisan voice of reason and to be the voice for all of our residents--both the haves and have-nots in our communities--makes the National League of Cities the right organization to lead this charge.
The book is full of incisive observations: "In Iran, the rift between the haves and the have-nots is particularly complex--not just a matter of money, education, and family but also a matter of exposure to the west.
This is why, he argues, that after centuries of educational advance we continue to live in a society and a world populated with haves and have-nots trained in conformity and schooled to accept a broad body of ignorance, disinformation, and error.
And TV pictures of the haves barricaded behind closed doors while the have-nots protest outside, do little to promote the case for global business.
So the next time you think about the digital divide, don't think about it in terms of rich students and poor students, think about it as haves and have-nots, and how you can push your students into the have category.
The opening notes of the music are the sounds of church bells, which quickly deepen into dark, ominous chords foreshadowing the conflict between the haves and the have-nots of medieval French society.
a professor of evolution and African-American studies at Arizona State University, told the panel that passage of the measure would "further widen the gap between the haves and the have-nots in scientific education.
Fatimah Tuggar rakes a similar idea of boundaries between haves and have-nots as a starting point, but rather than simply pointing our differences between so-called first and third worlds, she melds and meshes images of them to simultaneously accentuate and collapse those differences.
Lusse's is therefore an anguished consciousness of the need for utopian thinking at a time of breakdown when there is wachsenden nationalen und internationalen Wohlstandsgefalles (growing national and international rifts in prosperity) and eine wachsende Minderheit (minority) of have-nots.
And the wealth gap between black haves and black have-nots is also growing.
The message has lost much of its power to shock, the message being roughly that the openness which had charmed Reyner Banham arriving in Los Angeles 30 years before had been replaced by a fortress mentality through which the haves (mainly white and middle class) had frozen out the have-nots (black, chicano, poor).
Some concern was expressed by library leaders in private interviews that, contrary to written statements about the library as a safety net for the "information have-nots," libraries might become marginalized and lose support from middle-class taxpayers (Benton Foundation, 1996, p.
By 2002, some entry-level communicators will have to leave their computervision monitors - and hide their finger-pad computers - for a few hours each day to talk directly with information have-nots, who will continue to vote with their pocketbooks.
The hazards of fretting about info haves and have-nots