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Evergreen State College tries very hard to live up to its reputation of being a very Liberal college; the professors and students all look like they just stepped out of a time machine from the 60s, and body hygiene is actually looked down upon because deodorant and name brand soaps are not “natural.” Seriously, though, I have no problem with that; I went to college in the 60s and I remember smelling so bad the neighbors thought there was a toxic waste spill. No, my problem is the half hearted attempts at protesting that this college and its students do daily. Drive through downtown Olympia on any day and you will always see little groups of students, five to ten in number, with their signs protesting whatever issue is popular that day, and therein lies my problem: five or ten students does not make a protest! It makes a darn good sewing club or two sides for basketball, but a protest it is not.
“There are several emerging market economies that have attracted investments from international investors in much greater amounts on a sustainable basis in their local currency debt markets and have used them as a major stimulus in their macroeconomic development,” it said. “The SBP continues to monitor developments in the financial sector carefully and stands ready to take action against any risks.”The SBP said international investors have been investing in the country’s equity markets for a long time. “Such investments are considered portfolio investments, just like investments in debt instruments, and use the same framework of special convertible rupee account,” it said.
Dalton furnishes a similarly conventional reading of the complex relationship between Tagore and Gandhi. Tagore spoke from a lofty pedestal, while Gandhi worked in the slum of politics, but both shared a profound respect for Indian civilization. The brunt of Dalton argument is that though Gandhi offered a critique of the Western nation state system, he remained a staunch supporter of nationalism, and it is in this respect that Tagore and he had to part ways (pp.