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Definition of Antidemocratic
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Literary usage of Antidemocratic
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1. The Struggle Over Ratification, 1846-1847 by Milo Milton Quaife (1918)
"antidemocratic to break up those large delegations of ten or twelve from a ... antidemocratic to take away the selection of representatives from packed ..."
2. Making Markets: Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Post by Shafiqul Islam, Michael Mandelbaum (1993)
"But so far, the Russians have shown remarkable ability to detect and reject demagogic and antidemocratic values. Prospects for Reform, Recovery, ..."
3. Proceedings and Debates of the Convention of the Commonwealth of by Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, Pennsylvania, John Agg (1839)
"Where did the delegate get authority to say that it was antidemocratic to pass anything by a vote of two-thirds ' It was easy enough to see why the ..."
4. The Boy Scout Movement Applied by the Church by Norman Egbert Richardson, Ormond Eros Loomis (1915)
"In our American life there are marked social tendencies that are antidemocratic. A multitude of causes have led to the development of various types of class ..."
5. Ethical Democracy: Essays in Social Dynamics by Stanton Coit, David George Ritchie (1900)
"... present the most active and most powerful centres of antidemocratic influences. So identified are Oxford and Cambridge in the minds of the common people ..."
6. Post-Communism: Four Perspectives by Michael Mandelbaum (1996)
"27 Intellectuals seem to be regrettably quick to use the epithet “antidemocratic” to characterize people or policies they do not like. ..."
7. The New Democracy: An Essay on Certain Political and Economic Tendencies in by Walter Edward Weyl (1912)
"There occur simultaneously violent antidemocratic revulsions. ... These two sets of forces, the democratic and the antidemocratic, meet on a million obscure ..."
8. The Convention of 1846 by Milo Milton Quaife, Wisconsin (1918)
"Sir, it is said that this is a new, novel, and dangerous doctrine that we are about to engraft into the constitution; that it is antidemocratic. ..."