Among these is the sketch on John Jones Thornton, a delegate from Rankin County, Mississippi, and a cooperationist
who voted against secession and refused to sign the ordinance.
(32) The signs of strain in the cooperationist
camp indicate that the NOMA approach has failed to resolve tensions that hinder the development of a more collaborative and interactive engagement between science and religion.
Yet, the future looks brighter if Russia follows international and constitutional norms in developing tempered cooperationist
or endorsed(14) paradigms of church-state relations.
Professor Barenberg's thesis is that the philosophy behind the Wagner Act was actually cooperationist
, not adversarial as traditionally characterized.
On the fringe of heterodoxy, Charles Gide is depicted as a representative of the "cooperationist
movement" (chapter 5).
Schatz ties the seemingly progressive stance of the Bernard Swopes and Owen Youngs to special features of the electrical industry; product diversity and competition in particular forced a highly rationalistic and cooperationist
An analysis of the votes for the secession conventions in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana concludes that "the variance in the cooperationist
vote is explained by factors other than the percentage of slaveholders." The correlation computed was extremely low, with slaveholding explaining only 17 percent of the vote for secession.
According to Barney, Lawrence County was the Alabama county most opposed to secession in Alabama, voting over 75 percent for Douglas or Bell in 1860 and voting over 93 percent for cooperationist
candidates to be sent to the state Secession Convention.