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- another term for egalitarian
- ‘However, analyses of their individual scores revealed that this was a reflection of their general agreement about traditional roles rather than a specific endorsement of equalitarian roles.’
- ‘Those who believe in nurturing, finding fitting consequences for behavior, and disciplining through mutual respect believe in an equalitarian type of family values system.’
- ‘Even such an overwhelming reality as the utter collapse of the world's 70 year experiment with Communism caused them not at all to abandon their equalitarian mania but only to change their focus somewhat.’
- ‘The fear that the former would lead to the destruction of the latter did much to hasten the South in its repudiation of Jeffersonian equalitarian doctrines.’
- ‘‘I believe for each society, an equalitarian morality is the best goal,’ Thomas answered, ‘Also, each member of society should be able to raise above their condition through hard work, intelligence, and determination.’’
- ‘Australia proves itself on being an equalitarian society, a value system forged in the playgrounds of government schools, the only authentic arena in which it can be taught or learned.’
- ‘What Wellman means here is the internal structure of inter-human ties that in societies of organic solidarity resembles more a horizontal and rather equalitarian network than vertical, stratified concentric circles.’
- ‘And somehow or another, despite them knowing we are partisan, we are now expected to be constructing some magnanimous equalitarian forum here at our personal blogs.’
- ‘I don't propose an equalitarian lovingkindness or compassion.’
- ‘At least, that's what I expected, when she claimed on opening night to be an equalitarian.’
- ‘Three relationship domains in this study were thought to represent afrocentric influences for African-American marriages: Family and friends, equalitarian relationships, and religious orientation.’
- ‘Although not perfect, it is a thousand times more fraternal, equalitarian and human than any other project that others want to impose on us.’
- ‘It is the hardest thing to explain this to those who follow the other parties: that it actually doesn't fundamentally matter what goes in the basic law, but that only a universal and equalitarian respect for the basic law is important.’
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