Definition of Cooperationist
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Cooperationist
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1. History of Reconstruction in Louisiana (through 1868) by John Rose Ficklen, Pierce Butler (1911)
"We have seen that out of 130 members 121 signed the Ordinance of Secession, though the vote for the cooperationist members was ..."
2. A Documentary History of American Industrial Society by American Bureau of Industrial Research, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Eugene Allen Gilmore, John Rogers Commons, Helen Laura Sumner (1910)
"Enthusiastic cooperationist. Participant in labor movement since 1834 (From a photograph taken in 1907 in his ..."
3. Studies in Southern History and Politics by William Archibald Dunnings, W. DUNNING (1914)
"... the South Carolina convention at length assembled, at the end of April, 1852, the secessionists were constrained to join in the cooperationist program; ..."
4. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society by Franklin Lafayette Riley, Mississippi Historical Society (1902)
"There were nine members classed as "scattering," being made up of 5 "Conservatives," i "cooperationist," i "Opposed to Universal Suffrage," i "Union," I ..."
5. Reminiscences of Public Men in Alabama, for Thirty Years: For Thirty Years by William Garrett (1872)
"... as a cooperationist; but before the Ordinance of Secession was voted upon, his convictions led him to support it, as the best that could be done. ..."
6. Roadtown by Edgar Chambless (1910)
"CHAPTER X ROADTOWN MAKES CO-OPERATION PRACTICAL IN the modern world there is no such thing as an absolute individualist, or an absolute cooperationist. ..."
7. The American Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events (1864)
"He was a member of the convention which passed the ordinance of Secession, and at that time a " cooperationist " (see ANNUAL CYCLOPEDIA, 1861. ..."
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