In an excellent chapter on James Madison, Martin shows how the "Father of the Constitution" had in fact himself acted and written to improve the quality of political discussion by keeping open and enriching public-spirited
protests of government actions.
And we feel sure it will receive a fine, public-spirited
response from ECHO readers keen to help conserve a much-loved species.
at all times the trusty friend, the affectionate relative, the conscientious man of business, the pious worker, the public-spirited
people living in Hartlepool are being offered the chance to prove just how much they care about their town.
This is a shameful response to a public-spirited
and courageous man who was genuinely scared by the loopholes he discovered.
Overall though, Pope Benedict XVI is a glowing and positive portrayal of a dedicated, public-spirited
Washington County, Maryland, can also boast about having some good, public-spirited
We must recognise when members of the public are so public-spirited
Although he generally presents critics of McDonald's as public-spirited
activists, he can't resist taking a shot at Samuel Hirsch, the lawyer who filed the first two obesity lawsuits against fast food restaurants.
Councillors were supposed to be public-spirited
That's all changed as recent disaster victims comprehend the value of the help created for them by four of the country's public-spirited
Bahar rightly categorizes this as Wollstonecraft's attempt to create an aesthetic representation of a public-spirited
For a few short months, America felt more united and public-spirited
than it had in decades.
Web sites, columns, and op-eds are not substitutes for a more aggressive, public-spirited
became the slogan for the small but energetic group of public-spirited