Specter, on the other hand, has Barack Obama.
The pandemic has also raised the specter of new threats to press freedom.
For its first two iterations, the pieces have taken all sorts of forms, from billboards to building takeovers, with minimalist works like Sterling Ruby’s fluorescent orange monolith Specter and more immersive inclusions like Doug Aitken’s mirror house.
They have again raised a specter (and this time a specter which haunts not only the bourgeoisie but all exploitative bureaucracies): the specter of a revolution which subordinates the development of productive forces and higher standards of living to the requirements of creating solidarity for the human species, for abolishing poverty and misery beyond all national frontiers and spheres of interest, for the attainment of peace.
When I asked Arlen Specter about DeMint’s plan, he laughed.
Arlen Specter, then a Republican senator from Pennsylvania, was unhappy with the deal.
There’s a stunning slide show accompanying the Specter piece, with more of Addario’s images.
On the day that we spoke, a new Quinnipiac poll was released, showing Toomey and Specter in a virtual tie.
Specter, an unrepentant creedal heretic, bolted the Party, all but assuring Democrats a filibuster-proof majority.
The former prime minister said he had no proof of Russian involvement, and worried that raising the specter of Mr.
Toomey has, of course, welcomed Sestak’s primary challenge of Specter, which makes his own tack toward the center smoother.
Earlier today, Specter chatted with the Book Bench about irrational fears, understanding risk, and the beauty of common sense.
“People wrap themselves in their beliefs,” Specter says in the video below, “and they do it so tightly that you can’t set them free.
Michael Specter, on his Twitter feed (which everyone should follow), points to a brilliant graphic-novel rendition of the Wakefield scandal.
Comey raise the specter of wrongdoing before agents had even read the emails, especially since it took only days to determine that they were not significant?
Even as it confronts the specter of brazen espionage, Australia’s government has yet to draw clear boundaries for an autocratic giant that is both an economic partner and a threat to freedom, a conundrum faced by many countries, but more acutely by Australia.
Despite low national approval ratings and the specter of impeachment, President Trump remains highly competitive in the battleground states likeliest to decide his re-election, according to a set of new surveys from The New York Times Upshot and Siena College.
FIFA’s statement announcing the ban raised the specter of further penalties for Mexico’s team at the World Cup, declaring its “zero-tolerance approach to discrimination,” and ESPN reported that stadium monitors would begin to identify and eject fans who took part.
Advanced technological tools are beginning to make it possible to measure and monitor employees as never before, with the promise of fundamentally changing how we work — along with raising concerns about privacy and the specter of unchecked surveillance in the workplace.
President Obama and Ed Rendell, the governor of Pennsylvania, tried to clear the Democratic primary field for Specter, but Joe Sestak, a congressman and a former three-star admiral, jumped into the race and struck a chord with Democrats who were long accustomed to voting against Specter.
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