Demands

Some articles on demands:

Charter 08 - Demands
... Specific demands are Amending the Constitution ... Separation of powers ...
Treaty Of Uxbridge - Detailed Proposals
... Samuel Rawson Gardiner wrote of the Parliamentary articles “ Not only did the demands for the exclusion from seats in the House of Lords of Peers afterwards created unless with the ... Such demands can only have been made with the object of trampling upon the King’s feelings as well as upon his political authority, and it would have ... ” Further “ Charles's counter-demands of January 21, 1645 (No ...
Type D Submarine - Construction
... Later the demands for her were changed in sequence ... The final demands were 65 tons in the hull and 25 tons on the upper deck (freight only) ... Later, after strong demands from the front commanders, it was decided to equip them with torpedoes for self-defense ...
Aldo Rico - The Carapintada Uprising
... Rico and his followers took up arms in Easter week and negotiated a series of demands ... and rallied around Alfonsín, who agreed to consider the demands of the carapintadas ... was shed in the episode, but Alfonsín was accused of caving to insurgent demands, and came to be perceived as a weak president ...
Libero Grassi - Pizzo Demands
... Like many businessmen in the city, he was soon subjected to demands to pay "pizzo" or face the consequences ... on the place of business, or even physical harm, including murder, if demands are not met ...

Famous quotes containing the word demands:

    The Federated Republic of Europe—the United States of Europe—that is what must be. National autonomy no longer suffices. Economic evolution demands the abolition of national frontiers. If Europe is to remain split into national groups, then Imperialism will recommence its work. Only a Federated Republic of Europe can give peace to the world.
    Leon Trotsky (1879–1940)

    Life deceives everyone except the individual who doesn’t contemplate it, the individual who demands nothing from it, the individual who serenely accepts its few gifts and serenely makes the most of them.
    Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818–1883)

    The country needs and, unless I mistake its temper, the country demands bold, persistent experimentation. It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something. The millions who are in want will not stand idly by silently forever while the things to satisfy their needs are within easy reach.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)