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The three-month stretch between the symbolic kickoff and close of America’s summer has both galvanized broad public support for the racial justice movement and exposed the obstacles to turning that support into concrete political and policy changes.
Amazon had just acquired Whole Foods a few months earlier in 2017, galvanizing grocery chains to take a harder look at their digital capabilities.
I think they’re saying that until you acknowledge that there’s a problem that something’s important, few of us really galvanize around a solution.
Music and culture are inextricably tied to concrete historical and technological developments that galvanize America.
I think people felt that his presidency was too bureaucratic or too technocratic so that he wasn’t really taking advantage of the possibility of galvanizing a public.
The student is skillfully insulated from any mental shock that might galvanize him into original intellectual life.
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Of what use then, to try to galvanize the dead past into the semblance of vitality?
Not even a warm, brilliant sun can galvanize the corpse of the bare ungainly earth.
I do hope we can galvanize our friends in every State to concentrate all their money and forces upon South Dakota the coming year.
It does not express common, strong ideas, which easily galvanize popular attention dulled by toil.

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