They did not want the incumbent, yet, they boycotted
the chance to shove him out.
Although the individual self-interest may be buried in favor of the group interest (if individuals participate in a boycott to fulfill solely the collective interest of the group), an individual can also pursue his/her own self-interest at the same time if there is cost associated with his/her consumption of the boycotted
products if such products are harmful.
But when I read that the school, where I am scheduled to give a paid speech next month, was being boycotted
by one scholar because it expels Mormon students who leave the church, I had to wonder: Ought I do the same?
Consumers upset by the cost of food, boycotted
cottage cheese -- an act that grew into the mass social protest in the summer of 2011.
It says we [reformists] have boycotted
Macedonian-language classes in the first grade were boycotted
Wednesday in almost all schools from Lipkovo to Struga, which ethnic Albanians go to.
"The Egyptian economy will be hurt as much as other economies of the boycotted
As Israel's deputy ambassador in London noted, "the last time that Jews were boycotted
in universities was in 1930s Germany." In the end, the boycott was aborted, citing a need to protect academic freedom, and to promote peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
the Moscow Olympics because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the previous year.
At school, we boycotted
music lessons until the teacher stopped shouting at us and sending his false teeth flying across the room, and we boycotted
Latin lessons until another teacher stopped beating us with a cricket bat if we didn't score enough marks in the weekly tests, which we didn't.
Through the efforts of more than two dozen local coalitions and national networks, nearly 100 municipalities and institutional investors have boycotted
the bonds, including the cities of San Francisco, Boulder, and Milwaukee; international labor unions such as the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the American Postal Workers Union, and the Service Employees International Union, as well as numerous locals throughout the country; and 31 religious communities.