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Promotional Pressure Groups

Promotional pressure groups endeavour to promote a particular cause, and for this reason are sometimes called 'cause' groups. Promotional pressure groups are not self-interested in that the achievement of their objectives is not necessarily of direct professional or economic benefit to the members of the group.
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John Steinbeck publishes 'Tortilla Flat'

John Steinbeck’s first successful novel, Tortilla Flat, is published on May 28, 1935.Steinbeck, a native Californian, had studied writing intermittently at Stanford between 1920 and 1925, but never graduated. He moved to New York and worked as a manual laborer and journalist while writing his first two novels, which were not successful.
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Harlequin AM-365 - History

HarlequinA sea duck, found chiefly in North America, Iceland and Siberia.(AM-365: dp. 530; 1. 184& 39;6& 34;, b. 33& 39;, dr. 9& 39;9& 34;; s. 15 k.; cpl, 104; a. 1 3& 34;, 4 40mm.; cl. Admirable)Harlequin (AM-365) was launched 3 June 1944 by Willamette Iron & Steel Corp., Portland, Oreg.; sponsored by Mrs.
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Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee

The letter to his son Fitzhugh is mostly upon business, but some ofit relates to more interesting matters:& 34;Lexington, Virginia, April 17, 1869.& 34;My Dear Fitzhugh: I expect to go to Baltimore next Tuesday, if wellenough. The Valley Railroad Company are very anxious for me toaccompany their delegation to that city with a view of obtainingfrom the mayor or council a subscription for their road, and, thoughI believe I can be of no service to them, they have made such a pointof it that it would look ill-mannered and unkind to refuse.
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Muhammed Jinnah

Jinnah, along with Ghandi and Nehru, played a fundamental role in India's history in the Twentieth Century. Jinnah was born in 1876 and died in 1948. Jinnah is considered to be the founding father of Pakistan. His followers called him Quaid -e-Azam which translates as Great Leader. Jinnah joined the Indian National Congress but resented the fact that it was dominated by Hindus.
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