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  • John Burgess (August 26, 1844 – January 13, 1931) was a pioneering American political scientist. It is difficult to see why the most advantageous political
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  • confess that I do not know what its principle is. John Burgess (1933). The Foundations of Political Science. (reprinted 1994) As cited in Ido Oren, "The
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  • page has been listed as needing cleanup since 2007-05-01. Anthony Burgess (25 February 1917 – 22 November 1993) was an English writer whose novels
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  • its approach to language: the conventions are not questioned. Anthony Burgess, A Mouthful of Air: Language and Languages, Especially English (1992).
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  • learning, its honest attempt to answer the big human question. Anthony Burgess, Review of Huxley's Island, Yorkshire Post, 1964. Aldous Huxley was uncannily
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  • popular audience, described the discovery of soft-bodied fossils in the Burgess Shale and their reinterpretation seventy years later. Citations are from
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  • and it was filled with anticipation. Even a seasoned musician like Sonny Burgess knew the vibe in the club was different that night. As Elvis Presley stepped
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  • Short Biography Nothing Like the Sun and the Enderby books prove that Burgess is as clever as he seems. His utopian satires, of which 1985 is yet another
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  • assholes! Who: Angel Quijano Note: Angel lures a wave of Spec Ops to the Burgess-Dawson Hotel and engages all of them in combat at once. It's not made clear
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