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impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason

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2006); Collins, Morduch, Rutherford, and Ruthven (2009); and others have applied economic models and random trials to study development efforts, and have been able to uncover intransigencies and nuances of social mobility and poverty from this economic perspective.
Had he better understood the principles of Madison's reform efforts he would (one hopes) have had more sympathy with Madison's intransigencies.
Rather than focusing on political intransigencies, Allen describes interactions in every-day intimate spaces--Santeria rituals, gay men's parties, hip hop concerts, the sex trade, lesbian organizing, and HIV education--to illuminate how Cubans subvert and transform notions of identity in ways often unacknowledged by both the state and heteronormative social structures.
Such intransigencies surely weaken the voices of U.
income inequality) and intransigencies of knowledge (e.
Although the State Department is committed to reaching agreement with North Korea--and rebutting its critics on the right--it is also peculiarly blind to its own intransigencies.