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WHY WE FIGHTOne of the great goals of this nation’s war against terror is to restore public confidence in the airline industry.
I have also decided to provide more assistance to the Royal Solomon Islands Police to provide better security during the election process and to the operations of the indigenous Peace Monitoring Council, which will add to public confidence in the process.
McDuffie in his message to the legislature, was obliged to report the State college as a failure; and though an infidel himself, he candidly admitted that the prevalence of infidel sentiments had destroyed the public confidence and reduced the college to its present low condition, and he therefore advised a reorganization of the faculty and a new trial for success under different auspices.
In an attempt to regain public confidence and to stop the growth of government censorship, the studio heads formed their own censorship board and public relations group, the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America the MPPDA, now known as the Motion Picture Association of America.
Instead of increasing public confidence in Confederate credit, it would do much to destroy it, as it would be an implied acknowledgment of imbeciliity and incompetency on the part of those responsible for the management of the Confederate finances.
The Committee have no hesitation in declaring their conviction that Mr. Bibb is amply sustained, and is entitled to public confidence and high esteem.