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Antonyms for postwar

belonging to the period after a war


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What is particularly useful about Brantbar's study is her postwar focus (most work on Hadassah examines its early years) and the author's thoughtful probing of Hadassah's responses to the issues of that era: the Holocaust, ideas about Arabs, McCarthyism, civil rights, Black Power, the Six Day War, and Soviet Jewry.
The report establishes a national historic context, or narrative history, of residential properties of the postwar era and outlines methodologies for streamlining survey and evaluation of those properties for eligibility for listing in the National Register.
In recent years, domestic and international reformers have (re)designed state institutions in postwar countries such as East Timor, Burundi, Afghanistan, and Bosnia to promote sustainable peace and democracy--with mixed results.
The dollar hit new postwar lows against the yen for three straight days through Thursday amid the European debt crisis and the smaller-than-expected scale of additional credit easing by the Bank of Japan to arrest the yen's sharp appreciation.
This post-war loan was to help Britain through the consequences of postwar adjustment rather than the war itself.
In individual chapters devoted to Mead, Komarovsky, Klein, de Beauvoir and Hershberger, Tarrant complexly positions these postwar women theorists not only within the contexts of the historical time period in which they wrote, but also within the largely male-dominated academic discipline within which each worked.
CHRISTOPHER DUMMITT'S The Manly Modern: Masculinity in Postwar Canada tackles two huge topics: masculinity and modernity.
He was also influenced by a set of postwar intellectuals who viewed society and technology as an interconnected "whole system" that can be modeled, guided, and improved.
Robert Nye, Masculinity and Male Codes of Honor in Modern France (New York, 1993), Mary Louise Roberts, Civilization without Sexes: Reconstructing Gender in Postwar France, 1917-1927 (Chicago, 1994), and Edward Berenson's The Trial of Madame Caillaux (Berkeley, 1992).
Author Gay Morris calls her book A Game for Dancers, but she doesn't treat its account of the postwar (1945-60) years in American dance as a game.
For example, the idea of the deserving and undeserving poor has played a large role in shaping American welfare policy, notwithstanding the contributions of postwar liberals.
Among the orange groves and gravel roads that sketched out the San Fernando Valley in the postwar years lay opportunity, ambition and the relentless push of the future.
The comparison to the American experience in postwar Iraq may not be perfect, but the similarities are striking.
Downtown saw the largest percentage increase for postwar cooperative median sales price, which was up 21% to $526,500.
The link between harrowing combat experiences and various postwar illnesses and death was strongest among younger groups of soldiers, reaching a peak in those who had enlisted between ages 9 and 17, say Judith Pizarro of the University of California, Irvine and her colleagues.