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I started hearing about rampant sexual harassment, coercion and abuse of undocumented immigrant women in low-wage, temporary factory jobs.
In the broadest sense, at home and internationally, the US is moving towards coercion and the exercise of hard power, and away from its previous strategies based on soft power and international leadership.
In my work on wrongful conviction cases in Philadelphia, I regularly encounter patterns of police misconduct including witness intimidation, evidence tampering and coercion.
One of the objects of this rigid duresse, was the coercion of the garrison.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEMWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
They were under the coercion of public opinion, but were dragged instead of driven by it.
Thenceforth that measure could be carried through the Irish Parliament only by coercion or bribery.
Agitation produced coercion, and coercion produced fresh agitation.
Our princes were about to have at their command means of coercion such as no Plantagenet or Tudor had ever possessed.
I inquired what was the 'intimidation' and 'coercion' referred to, and I believe was not very definitely answered.
They have fought the course of the railroad in trying to get options from them by coercion and trickery.
THE SHEPHERD OF THE NORTHRICHARD AUMERLE MAHER

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