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1 Holding to the ideal of "egalitarianism," the country prides itself on making no distinction of ethnic background or race.
2 Puritanism is based on autonomy of local congregations, simplicity of worship, asceticism, egalitarianism, and a call to the past with restoration of original values through purification.
3 Egalitarianism: The tax system should try to achieve a more equal distribution of after-tax incomes.
4 Jackson was a southwestern parvenu who combined a sense of rough-hewn egalitarianism with the gentlemanly honor typical of his class.
5 The judges liked the new egalitarianism of this: lest anyone be offended at the idea that a cascade falls from top to bottom, this new preposition makes the idea less hierarchical.
6 poet’s soppy romanticism, flinty egalitarianism and ridicule of pomposity have universal appeal.
7 of the universal middle class is a pervasive expression of American egalitarianism - and perhaps the only one left.
8 They extend Uruguay's egalitarianism to computing. They should be seen merely as a means to the end of better schooling.
9 I left the egalitarianism of the classroom for the cubicle, and everything changed.
10 Scandinavia's egalitarianism might work less well in places with more diverse populations and less competent teachers.
11 Its employment system still tends to reward seniority and status rather than performance, in what Japanese call aku byodo or "bad egalitarianism".
12 It only makes sense in an era of judicial egalitarianism.
13 This is the vision of egalitarianism.
14 over reliance on land has resulted in farmers 'propensity for egalitarianism and conservatism.
15 The modern liberalism has four most universal characteristics: the individualism, the egalitarianism, the Universalism and the society do good deeds discusses.
16 The maoist state preached egalitarianism and relied on the loyalty of workers and peasants.
17 Regarding socialism as "an equal kingdom", or comprehending equal educational opportunities as "egalitarianism" or "equality of consequences" also gives rise to confusion.
18 European egalitarianism, too, militates against entrepreneurialism: the eu is much more interested in promoting small businesses in general than in fostering high-growth companies.
19 It's about egalitarianism.
20 beginning of our economic reform, we abandoned egalitarianism in income distribution, adopted many policies to encourage investment, encourage some people to become rich sooner than others.
21 We should not practice egalitarianism.
22 Democracy emphasizes equality but not egalitarianism, individual rights but not ego-centricity. The democracy is a procedure of public life, but not the ultimate goal.
23 As a fair sense of equality "proposed in this paper is an important concept with the intention of opposing the" absolute equality "in egalitarianism, endowing new meanings to equality."
24 Anarchism's emphasis on anti-capitalism, egalitarianism and for the extension of community and individuality sets it apart from anarcho-capitalism and other types of economic libertarianism.
25 Anarchism's emphasis on anti-capitalism, egalitarianism and for the extension of community and individuality sets it apart from anarcho-capitalism and other types of economic libertarianism.
26 While there are many schools of thought within agrarianism, historically a reoccurring feature of agrarians has been a commitment to egalitarianism, with agrarian political parties normally supporting the rights of small farmers and poor peasants against the wealthy in society.
27 The Chinese school of Agriculturalism (农家/農家) was a philosophy that advocated peasant utopian communalism and egalitarianism.
28 These festivals are very important to the Azorean people, who are primarily Roman Catholic, and combine religious rituals with processions celebrating the benevolence and egalitarianism of neighbours.
29 These Puritan values included his devotion to egalitarianism, education, industry, thrift, honesty, temperance, charity and community spirit.
30 Agriculturalism was an early agrarian social and political philosophy that advocated peasant utopian communalism and egalitarianism.