• PP, meanwhile, likes to hark back to tax cuts when it ran Spain in the late 1990s.

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  • These reports hark back to an era that never was, when the NYSE policed its own house.

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  • Perhaps: but few Democrats now in office hark back to the Reagan precedent.

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  • Along with a Camelot style sense, America will embrace fashions that hark back to the trying economic times of the Great Depression, Fisher predicts.

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  • But it looks set to air the views of those who hark back to the years between the two world wars, when conservatives ran Hungary.

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  • These principles hark back to the things that made the American economy the greatest in the world in the years before the Fed: the Constitution and the gold standard.

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  • All of this makes me hark back to May 2007, when I gave an acceptance speech on this issue following my selection to receive the PRSA-NY John Hill Award for Distinguished Achievement.

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  • Only a few years after the Great War turned the United States into a world power, he set out to shrink the size and reach of its government, to hark back instead of race forward.

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  • Some misty-eyed commentators hark back to the honest days of the 1970s, when the revelation that his wife held a few thousand dollars in a then-illegal overseas bank account was enough to make the prime minister, Yitzhak Rabin, resign.

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  • Egypt's 8m Christians, about 10% of the population, are understandably anxious—not least because, to get elected, Mr Morsi will need the support not just of the Brothers but also of the Salafists, a far more worrying band of Islamists who hark back to the puritanism of the Prophet Muhammad's era and who have amassed an alarming degree of popular support in the new Egypt.

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