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MacIntyre was one of the outstanding socialist intellectuals of that fertile period in British intellectual and political life which saw the rise of CND and its civil-disobedience wing, the expansion of working-class direct action through the shop stewards' movement, the thriving of early vanguard forms of theatre and rock protest, and the beginnings of those long, large waves of popular dissensus (or, in Ralph Miliband's useful term 'de-subordination') which have proven, in the seventies and early eighties, signally resistant to any organised channel of political activity.
Elizabeth Macintyre (Paris) 09:05-09:20 09:20-09:25 Autoimmunity checkpoints in B-Ccll lineage ALL Discussion Markus Miischen (Los Angeles) 09:25-09:40 Hans-Reimer Rodewald (Heidelberg) 09:40-09:45 Thymus autonomous T cell development and T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia Discussion 09:45-10:15
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JSC10254 SPECIAL COMMUNICATION Large-Scale Quarantine Following Biological Terrorism in the United States Scientific Examination, Logistic and Legal Limits, and Possible Consequences Joseph Barbera, MD Anthony Macintyre, MD Larry Gostin, JD, PhD Tom Inglesby, MD Tara O’Toole, MD Craig DeAtley, PA-C Kevin Tonat, DrPH, MPH Marci Layton, MD D URING THE PAST FEW YEARS, the US government has grown increasingly concerned about the threat that biological terrorism poses to the civilian population.1-3 A number of events have occurred that have raised awareness about the potential threat of bioterrorism.
MacIntyre (1981) is the best known of these, though Anscombe (1997) and Foot (1997) were pioneers.