The young are generally repelled by GOP intolerance and intransigence on social issues.
With this last sentence Weisberg returns to the call to intransigence with which he began his book.
This intransigence on both sides made sense: each wants to declare victory and show tangible long-term gains.
Economic progress in Afghanistan is an understated success story, too often overshadowed by the intransigence of the Taliban.
His argument is a total non sequitur: how does Palestinian intransigence justify settlements?
Unfortunately I don't think he said enough in this speech about Palestinian intransigence.
After years of intransigence, Iran has begun signaling a new willingness to negotiate.
Andrew's concern is one I share: at this point, there is far more incentive for intransigence than compromise.
It is Soviet intransigence that has kept those efforts from bearing fruit.
There was a growing resentment in Britain against the colonials' intransigence.