TITLE

The chasm widens

PUB. DATE
June 2009
SOURCE
Slovak Spectator;6/22/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
42832092

 

Related Articles

  • Call to tackle wealth gap. Hugo Duncan // Daily Mail;1/20/2014, p56 

    GLOBAL leaders must tackle the widening chasm between the rich and poor and rescue a 'lost generation' of unemployed youngsters, campaigners said last night.

  • Soaring London house prices create a record gulf with rest of Britain. Jonathan Prynn // Evening Standard;4/ 2/2014, p4 

    THE property market chasm between London and the rest of the UK has widened to record levels after an average 18 per cent jump in the capital's prices.

  • From the executive director. Hamilton, Mary R. // PA Times;Mar99, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p16 

    Discusses the American Society for Public Administration's initiatives to address the deep and widening chasm between American citizens and the government. Member collaboration on book publishing; Research and organizational development projects.

  • Iran nuclear talks a 'complete failure,' says Iranian diplomat. Peterson, Scott // Christian Science Monitor;5/25/2012, pN.PAG 

    Both sides spoke of 'some common ground' that will drive the next round of Iran nuclear talks set for mid-June in Moscow. Yet a chasm of mismatched expectations widened in Baghdad.

  • British politicians have rarely been so ridiculed and despised - and that should worry us all. DAVID BLUNKETT // Daily Mail;10/1/2012, p16 

    FAITH in the traditional political process has never been lower than it is today. There is a widening chasm between voters and Westminster. The authority of Parliament has substantially declined, while trust in ministers and MPs has evaporated.

  • Will they ever heed the voice of Britain?  // Daily Mail;9/22/2012, p16 

    FOR three decades, an official annual report has highlighted the widening chasm between the views of the British people and those of the metropolitan, liberal elite who control the levers of power.

  • Will they ever heed the voice of Britain?  // Daily Mail;9/22/2012, p16 

    FOR three decades, an official annual report has highlighted the widening chasm between the views of the British people and those of the metropolitan, liberal elite who control the levers of power.

  • Only the pope can resolve widening chasm on ministry. Coady, Mary Frances // National Catholic Reporter;11/4/2005, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p22 

    Focuses on the role of the Pope Benedict XVI in resolving the widening chasm on ministry. Ordination of priests and five deacons; Primacy held by every priests in priesthood; Task of church officials in unifying the church.

  • T. S. Eliot, collaboration, and the quandaries of assessment in a rapidly changing world. Wineburg, Sam // Phi Delta Kappan;Sep97, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p59 

    Opinion. Discusses the continually widening chasm between schools and the real world. The history of testing as inseparable from the history of psychology, which looks to the individual as an appropriate unit of analysis; An alternative approach; Changes in teacher assessment; Limiting...

  • London's house prices soar to hit new record average of £409,000. Jonathan Prynn // Evening Standard;2/28/2014, p4 

    THE yawning chasm between London's property "haves" and "have-nots" widened dramatically again last month when average home prices surged by more than £8,000 to hit a new record high of £409,881.

Share

Read the Article

Other Topics