The VVAW and the G.I.s who were against the war made their bodies visible and charged them with countercultural, dissenting value to ward off any official post-war attempt to re-interpret them as icons of national pride and bravery: they articulated "resistance through images, tropes and poetics of mutilation in which the fragmented, dismembered, disincorporated
(masculine) body signifies both the brutal incoherence of the war and the failure of dominant ideology's notion of the soldier body as an impenetrable totality" (Bibby 1996, 9).
Due to a negative experience with Dade County services (Wisckol, 1997), Stearns fervently promoted a vision of metropolitan reform that included fully incorporated municipalities and a disincorporated
Although the Act lacked real teeth, it "prohibited plural marriage in the territories, disincorporated
the Mormon Church, voided territorial laws that established or supported polygamy, and restricted the holdings of religious organizations in the territories to $50,000." (57) The U.S.
Dana, founded in 1763, was one of four towns disincorporated
in 1938 to make way for the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir.
Were the Establishment Clause disincorporated
, the religion clauses in state constitutions would be the first line of protection for religious freedom.
Fort McMurray was disincorporated
as a town in 1995 and designated an "urban service area" within the much larger Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (at some 70,000 square kilometers, the RMWB covers most of the northeast corner of Alberta).
available for a violation of that right disincorporated
see also Appendix A (listing other disincorporated
cities in Texas).
The experience of sixty years of Supreme Court decisions, applying an incorporated Establishment Clause to the states, has produced constitutional norms that would be very difficult to erase from our culture even if the Establishment Clause were disincorporated
Ranciere's 'corporealized politics' or his politics of disincorporated
subjects is a space of excesses (outrances), evanescence, intermittence (Gibson, 2005, 2006) and of in-betweens (in between desire and the emancipated spectator).
the name several months later, after being contacted by university lawyers from the downtown firm of Lewis, Rice & Fingersh.