2. Noun. Conflict between factions ¹
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Definition of Factionalism
1. [n -S]
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1. Cotton as a World Power: A Study in the Economic Interpretation of History by James Augustin Brown Scherer (1916)
"... CHAPTER 51 SECESSION AND factionalism PRECEDING chapters have traced the course by which the haphazard factions of the early American . ..."
2. The Present Conflict of Ideals: A Study of the Philosophical Background of by Ralph Barton Perry (1918)
"factionalism That which the French have had most to fear is internal disunion due to their intensity of partisan convictions. " In every Frenchman," says ..."
3. A Republic, If You Can Keep It: The Foundation of the American Presidency by Michael P. Riccards (1987)
"... factionalism, 1792 My earnest wish and my fondest hope... is that instead of wounding suspicious and irritable charges, there may be liberal allowances, ..."
4. The U. S. by Robert F. Reed (1998)
"Party factionalism Japan's parliamentary form of government features a multiparty system in which one party, the Liberal Democratic Party, ..."
5. The Reconfiguration of Political Order in Africa: A Case Study of North Kivu by Denis M. Tull (2005)
"... becomes even more tangible when the state does not fulfill its expected functions.762 6.5.2. factionalism and the Politics of the Belly: The Case of ..."