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England and Wales, 1900–1974’; Gorsky, ‘Public health in interwar Britain’. 72 Lewis, ‘The Prevention of diphtheria’. See, for example, the government files detailing correspondence between such groups as the Anti-Vaccination League and the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection in: The National Archives (hereafter TNA): MH 55/293; MH 55/1720; HO 45/10768/273078; and passim. 73 See Hooker, ‘Diphtheria, immunisation and the Bundaberg tragedy’; Peter Hobbins, ‘ “Immunisation is as popular as a death adder”: The

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deliver health information to young mothers, resulting in healthier children Increased physical fitness improves children's resistance to some diseases Sport can help reduce the rate of higher-risk adolescent pregnancies Sport-based vaccination and prevention campaigns help reduce child deaths and disability from measles, malaria and polio Inclusive sport programs help lower the likelihood of infanticide by promoting greater acceptance

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by exploring how the predominant cultural perceptions of age appropriateness, age segregation, age norms, and ageism play a crucial role in the construction of late singlehood and gendered timetables in general. My contention is that single women are faced with a triple disfranchisement, based on age, gender, and single status. Given this, I argue that single women undergo a process of accelerated aging, leading towards their social death. Thus, this chapter also makes a significant contribution to critical age studies and feminist age studies, by reworking these

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, who embarked on anti-autonomy riots in Havana (January 1989), shouting ‘death to Blanco’ and blaming the US for Spain’s offer of autonomy. 73 Many peninsulares prayed for the annexation of Cuba by the US to save them from the insurgents. 74 At this juncture McKinley tried to purchase the island from Spain. In January Reid was charged to undertake private negotiations with Madrid to purchase Cuba but the mission failed. In March Woodford tried to convince Moret that

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of morality and politics rather than law. 46 This overall trend continued even in the last decades of the nineteenth century. According to Henri Bonfils, one of the earliest French international lawyers, whose international law treatise ran into several editions after his death, 47 international law was the product of European and Christian principles and it applied only to the civilized nations of European origin. He shared J. S. Mill

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housing situations and the slow death of his relationship, Damien went squatting with a totalizing dedication. Squatters jokingly refer to him as “el presidente,” “el comandante,” “the general,” or even “the king.” These names 9 mock his authoritative manner as well as the squatters who follow Damien’s lead. By calling him these names, squatters identify themselves as non-conformists who refuse to uncritically follow his authority. Jenny, a resident of the Motorflex houses, remarked, “We are the only squatters in

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of omnipotence and confronts him/her with the powerful experience of pain and suffering, even the possibility of death. Today’s wide range of symbolic possibilities is not matched by concrete experiences that test individuals to their limits. The indeterminateness of choice and the attempt in any case to postpone it as much as possible, keep young people in the amorphous, comfortable, and infantile situation of the maternal womb, where they can feel at ease with everything seemingly possible

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