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But that the law, as a whole, was a surprise in the end even to its proponents is beyond doubt.
RAILROADS: RATES AND REGULATIONSWILLIAM Z. RIPLEY
I understood, Mr. Chairman, that that was in regard to the proponents of the measure.
There are many here who are opposed to the provisions of the bill, and those who are its proponents are in favor of them.
The proponents of Marxism were welcomed into China as trusted friends.
GOVERNMENT IN REPUBLICAN CHINAPAUL MYRON ANTHONY LINEBARGER
The proponents of continued centralization of strike power were the more disciplined eastern members.
THE I.W.W.PAUL FREDERICK BRISSENDEN
Both opposed secession and voted against it in a convention in which it was apparent that its proponents held a majority.
LEGENDS OF LOUDOUNHARRISON WILLIAMS
The "proofs" alleged by the proponents of natural religion have, of course, little cogency.
MEDICAL INVESTIGATION IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY ENGLANDCHARLES W. BODEMER
And among educated experts and professional proponents of worlds to be there is a general denial of its existence.
THE SHADOW ON THE DIAL, AND OTHER ESSAYSAMBROSE BIERCE
Proponents of the Ancien Régime.Dynasties (divine right monarchs).
COLLEGE TEACHINGPAUL KLAPPER
There were those, however, who distrusted the Constitution and distrusted its proponents.
HAVE FAITH IN MASSACHUSETTS; 2D ED.CALVIN COOLIDGE