Popular View

Some articles on popular view, view, views:

Niuhuru, The Empress Xiao Zhen Xian - Ci'an As A Person
... A popular view of Empress Dowager Ci'an is that she was a highly respectable person, always quiet, never hot-tempered, and that she treated everybody very well and ... This is still the popular view in China, the image of a quiet Empress Dowager Ci'an perhaps stemming from the meaning of her honorific name ... The popular view of Ci'an being a nice simple girl was exaggerated by the reformer Kang Yu-wei and biographers Bland and Backhouse, to build up the contrast between her and Cixi ...
Empress Dowager Ci'an - Ci'an As A Person
... A popular view of Empress Dowager Ci'an is that she was a highly respectable person, always quiet, never hot-tempered, and that she treated everybody very well and was highly ... This is still the popular view in China, the image of a quiet Empress Dowager Ci'an perhaps stemming from the meaning of her honorific name ... The popular view of Ci'an being a nice simple girl was exaggerated by the reformer Kang Yu-wei and biographers Bland and Backhouse, to build up the contrast between her and Cixi ...
Capital Punishment In The Soviet Union - Current Status - Popular View
... the death penalty offer fairly common arguments in favor of their view 44 percent argue that "death penalty is fair" and that "death should be caused for death," 9 ... cited reason by those opposing death penalty, a view expressed by a quarter of poll participants ... Several others have at least expressed their views that the moratorium may legally be removed in the near future included among them is Vladimir Kolesnikov, a former Deputy Prosecutor General of Russia ...

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    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)