The Need for Establishment of Old Aged Home People Support and Prospect and Scope in Naga Society Tongdangba Jamir 7. The Aged People in Dimapur : Problems and Prospects Atsongchanger 8. Diabetes Mellitus : Problems and Remedies Lal 9. Nel 1954 ottenne un eccellente successo personale in Aspettando Godot, con la regia di Luciano Mondolfo, interpretazione per la quale ottenne, nel 1955, l’ambitissimo Premio San Genesio, per il migliore attore non protagonista. L’attività cinematografica di Pierfederici fu invece assai più modesta; dopo avere esordito nel 1946 in Un giorno nella vita (Alessandro Blasetti), nel ruolo secondario, ma intenso, di un partigiano, in seguito apparve in pochi altri film, sempre in parti di secondo piano; tra questi possiamo ricordare La maschera del demonio (1960, Mario Bava) e Vanina Vanini (1961, Roberto Rossellini), in cui recitò a fianco di Sandra Milo. Assai ricca fu invece la sua attività televisiva, iniziata nel 1956 con lo sceneggiato L’alfiere, diretto da Anton Giulio Majano.

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The principle of equality demands as a matter of strict justice that protection against lethal violence be extended by every political community to all who are within its jurisdiction.Those to whom the care of the community is entrusted above all those who participate in making the community laws have primary responsibility for ensuring that the right to life is embodied in the laws and effectively protected in practice. Notice, by the way, that the obligation of the public official is not to the teaching of the Catholic Church, it is, rather, to fulfill the demands of justice and the common good in light of the principle of the inherent and equal dignity of every member of the human family.Yet, today many Catholic politicians, including the Democratic leaders of both houses of the United States Congress and the Republican governor of New York and the former Republican governor of Pennsylvania, are staunch supporters of what they describe as a right to abortion.Most of these politicians also support the creation and government funding of an industry that would produce tens of thousands of human embryos by cloning for use in biomedical research in which these embryonic human beings would be destroyed.Catholic politicians in the United States and in other nations who support abortion and embryo destructive research typically claim to be opposed to these practices but respectful of the rights of others who disagree to act on their own judgments of conscience without legal interference.Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo famously articulated and defended this view in a speech at the University of Notre Dame in 1984. Recently, Cuomo revisited the issue, speaking in Washington at a Forum on Politics and Faith in America.