They hoped that the Americans would bring the stability, security and democracy they promised.
However, the regime, frightened by the spectacle, saw the student movement as a threat to the stability of the state.
Open access to information beyond that available in the pulpit has already had a moderating effect on the stability of faith.
mid-14c., "firmness of resolve, mental equilibrium" (of persons), from Old French stableté, from Latin stabilitatem (nominative stabilitas) "firmness, steadfastness," from stabilis "steadfast, firm" (see stable (adj.)). In physical sense, "difficult to overthrow," it is recorded from early 15c.
stability sta·bil·i·ty (stə-bĭl'ĭ-tē)
The condition of being stable or resistant to change.