Origin of Reform Judaism
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But failing that, he advised pro-immigration reform Republican candidates such as former Gov. Jeb Bush to just skip the state.Can This Republican Bring the GOP Back to Its Senses on Immigration?|Tim Mak|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There, many minority parents supported Tom Torklarson, who favored the education reform agenda.
It was a Republican Congress working with a Democratic president that succeeded in passing the welfare reform bill the first time.To GOP Congress, as Usual, It’s Welfare on the Chopping Block|Monica Potts|December 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sometimes politicians oppose reform for nefarious reasons—to protect a special interest or a major donor, for example.
Sorkin may not have won his fight, ostensibly to reform the news.'The Newsroom' Ended As It Began: Weird, Controversial, and Noble|Kevin Fallon|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He would impeach all his partners, acknowledge his errors, and promise once more to reform.
We may apply to it with advantage the spectacles of social reform, but what the socialist offers us is total blindness.
In its essential nature socialism is nothing but a proposal for certain kinds of economic reform.
One naturally asks, then, To what extent can social reform penetrate into the ordinary operation of industry itself?
The shortening of the general hours of work, then, should be among the primary aims of social reform.
British Dictionary definitions for Reform Judaism
Cultural definitions for Reform Judaism
The most liberal branch of Judaism. In Reform Judaism, all of the Jewish law, or Torah, is subject to adaptation to fit modern circumstances. In the United States, Reform Jewish congregations have more members than those of the other two branches of Judaism. (Compare Conservative Judaism and Orthodox Judaism.)