1. It was an unbroken chain of steadily growing outward and inward difficulties, a genuine "Jeremiad".
2. Two critics who call the book a "Jeremiad" ultimately gave it a positive review.
3. This environmental jeremiad is more precisely about how democracy cannot solve the interrelated environmental and population crises in which we are enmeshed.
4. While she departs from the jeremiad tradition in describing professors as simply doing their jobs as best as they can, she fails to tell us what those jobs really are—or why they are worth doing.
5. Siegel's book is a jeremiad against the ills the Internet has visited upon our lives .
6. It's been 41 years since Paul Ehrlich predicted imminent mass starvation, in his 1968 jeremiad, The Population Bomb.
7. Even at the age of twenty-six, I expressed the suspicions that their nature had aroused in me" ( Third Jeremiad). "
8. t's been 41 years since Paul Ehrlich predicted imminent mass starvation, in his 196jeremiad, The Population Bomb.