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- “Parliamentary Reform” as its primary aim. Reform is generally regarded as antithetical to revolution. Developing countries may carry out a wide range of reforms to...
- the development of social reforms". In a similar vein, Stan Parker of the Socialist Party of Great Britain argues that reforms are a diversion of energy...
- reforms were launched by reformists within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on December 18, 1978, during the "Boluan Fanzheng" period. The reforms went...
- politics (political reforms), economics (economic reforms), lifestyle (social reforms), law (legal reforms), alphabet (educational reforms), etc.) itself both...
- Marian reforms were reforms of the ancient Roman army implemented in 107 BC by the statesman Gaius Marius, for whom they were later named. The reforms originated...
- pushed into the reforms a bifurcated electoral structure. The act itself, also called the Morley–Minto Reforms, conferred some political reforms which encouraged...
- reforms, however, is modification or replacement of existing institutional arrangements governing possession and use of land. Thus, while land reform...
- The Montagu–Chelmsford Reforms or more briefly known as the Mont–Ford Reforms, were introduced by the colonial government to introduce self-governing institutions...
- effectively replaced landowners. The judicial reforms were among the most successful and consistent of all his reforms. A completely new court system and order...
- not be confused with the Gregorian calendar. The Gregorian Reforms were a series of reforms initiated by Pope Gregory VII and the circle he formed in the...