There are approximately 400,000 Americans with MS and close to 50% of patients have secondary progressive
But there is more room for progressive
change at the state level.
The Pro-Growth Progressive
By Gene Sperling Simon & Schuster, $26.
Despite its brilliance, Frank's analysis of loony Christians voting against their own interests reflects the Enlightenment conviction that rationality trumps all other values; it also reinforces US progressive
contempt toward churchgoers, a contempt that contributed to John Kerry's downfall.
Religious leaders who mounted an unsuccessful bid to resurrect progressive
values in the 2004 elections say they refuse to yield the "moral high ground" to conservative Christians who helped President Bush win a second term.
Thanks to my parents, I was reared as an unrepentantly progressive
Catholic, constantly attending discussion groups and demonstrations that reflected a commitment to the social justice teachings of the church.
From the Progressive
perspective, the informal, but extensive cooperation among service corporations like insurance companies and banks was as worrisome as the "tight combinations" of industrial trusts like Standard Oil and U.
chose Michigan for the next step in its foray into homeowners coverage because it has a strong homeowners market and a friendly regulatory environment, said Karen Barone, a homeowners product manager for Progressive
Some put the blame for this on the failure of progressive
programs such as desegregation and public housing, with no consensus on any new initiatives to replace them.
Because progression of MS proceeds quite slowly for most people, clinical trials of treatments for progressive
MS take years longer than trials in relapsing-remitting MS.
Instead of offering a defense of the pragmatic, New Democrat policies Dionne recommended in his earlier book, They Only Look Dead eviscerates free markets and capitalism and touts Progressive
Era - style central planning as the key to national salvation.
Contrary to the longstanding notion that patients diagnosed with chronic, progressive
multiple sclerosis (MS) face a relentless downhill course, new research shows that 30 percent of such cases stabilize after a two-year period.
December 1929 Belle Case La Fellette renames La Follette's Weekly as The Progressive
: MS that begins with a pattern of clear-cut relapses and recovery but becomes steadily progressive
over time with continued worsening between occasional acute attacks (see figure 2).