In an interview with The Daily Beast, Malik said she doesn't expect to reach a lot of people resistant to reform.
“They (critics of reform) think these people are expendable,” says Simpson.
He also blogs regularly on labor, health, and other reform issues for In These Times and Huffington Post.
reform, such as it is, is being carved up in Congress and any bill passed will surely be inadequate.
We think Medicare reform is the best way to go to save this program.
“The reform has commenced,” she cried gaily, seeing how they looked at her.
The New Testament represents a new revival and reform of the religion.
It was hoped to anticipate the demands of the Conference by a scheme of reform wider than they were likely to advise.
It is not to be inferred that reform and correction are hopeless.
To reform and elevate the class of criminals, we must reform and elevate all other classes.
c.1300, "to convert into another and better form," from Old French reformer "rebuild, reconstruct, recreate" (12c.), from Latin reformare "to form again, change, transform, alter," from re- "again" (see re-) + formare "to form" (see form (n.)). Intransitive sense from 1580s.
Meaning "to bring (a person) away from an evil course of life" is recorded from early 15c.; of governments, institutions, etc., from early 15c. Related: Reformed; reforming. Reformed churches (1580s) usually are Calvinist as opposed to Lutheran. Reformed Judaism (1843) is a movement initiated in Germany by Moses Mendelssohn (1729-1786). Reform school is attested from 1859.
"any proceeding which brings back a better order of things," 1660s, from reform (v.) and in some uses from French réforme. As a branch of Judaism from 1843.