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Reformation

(Encyclopedia) Reformation, religious revolution that took place in Western Europe in the 16th cent. It arose from objections to doctrines and practices in the medieval church (see Roman Catholic?

Reform School

A primer on the political party founded by Ross Perot and boosted by the governorship of Jesse Ventura by Elissa Haney The Reform Party logo. Infoplease Links Campaign 2000 FactsheetFacts About?

The Gregorian Reform

The Julian calendar is phased out Related Links History of the Calendar History of the Lunar Calendar History of the Egytpian Calendar History of the Roman (Julian) Calendar?

Welfare Reform

1997 News of the Nation A year after the historic legislation was signed into law, the national welfare rolls have dropped by 1.5 million people to the lowest numbers in 27 years. Most of those?

Olympic Reforms

The IOC makes revisions in response to bribery scandal by John Gettings Fireworks commemorate Sydney's successful Olympics bid on Sept. 24, 1993. In response to last year's bribery scandal the?

land reform

(Encyclopedia) land reform: see agrarian reform; collective farm; ejido.

Reform party

(Encyclopedia) Reform party, in Canada: see Canadian Alliance.

Reformed churches

(Encyclopedia) Reformed churches, in a general sense, all Protestant churches that claim a beginning in the Reformation. In more restricted and more usual historical usage, Reformed churches are?

Counter Reformation

(Encyclopedia) Counter Reformation, 16th-century reformation that arose largely in answer to the Protestant Reformation; sometimes called the Catholic Reformation. Although the Roman Catholic?