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the political/social landscape

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe political/social landscapethe political/social landscapeSITUATIONthe general situation in which a particular activity takes place Recent electoral shocks have shaken the European political landscape. landscape
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the political/social landscapeIn the public sphere, women must assume sufficient power to change the cultural imagery and the political landscape.Women, who had up to 1945 been barred from participating in elections, changed the political landscape by becoming voters.A minority government would represent a change in the political landscape.Large-scale, bureaucratic organizations are the dominant features of the political landscape.Such commentators have argued that the breakdown of morality in the 1960s has had lasting effects on the social landscape.This gap is one of the most prominent features on the political landscape at the dawn of 1996.His words transformed the political landscape.In the name of democracy, they are transforming the political landscape to make democracy marginal.
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