Definition of Cooperationists
1. cooperationist [n] - See also: cooperationist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cooperationists
Literary usage of Cooperationists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Governor Chamberlain's Administration in South Carolina: A Chapter of by Walter Allen (1888)
"These Democrats soon came to be known as "cooperationists." The other class of Democrats, those who wanted the offices for themselves at any desperate ..."
2. History of Reconstruction in Louisiana (through 1868) by John Rose Ficklen, Pierce Butler (1911)
"Still the report that the cooperationists had been elected by a majority of the votes was rife at the time and is clearly stated in the diary of Mr. John ..."
3. The Military and Naval History of the Rebellion in the United States. With by William Jewett Tenney (1865)
"This distinction into cooperationists and secessionists only referred to the manner of proceeding which the State should adopt. ..."
4. A Vindication of Secession and the South from the Strictures of Rev. R.J by Benjamin Morgan Palmer (1861)
"The cooperationists from the beginning averred—and their subsequent acts sustain the declaration—that secession was with them, as with others* the ultimate ..."
5. The American Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events (1863)
"The cooperationists were divided into those who were for secession in cooperation with other cotton States, those who required the cooperation of a majority ..."
6. The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States by Horace Greeley (1866)
"... electing 114 " cooperationists" to 54 unqualified " Secessionists." In other words, she voted not to attempt Secession without the concurrence and ..."
7. Reconstruction in Mississippi by James Wilford Garner (1902)
"They were designated as "cooperationists" and "immediate secessionists," the latter party constituting about two-thirds of the convention. ..."