- anti- + democratic (Wiktionary)
“American ones, but also for nurturing "antidemocratic" thinking and attitudes they acquired from British writers.”
“But he reserved his greatest disdain for the pope and the rest of the priestly hierarchy, whose "antidemocratic" philosophy was alternatively”
“Himmelberger said Brown supporters have resorted to an "antidemocratic" tactic by stealing signs.”
“Sanderson described the pope's comments as "antidemocratic" and accused him of interfering in Britain's political process.”
“They'll spend all the money in the world on heroic interventions but are rather miserly in spending to prevent the need for them in the first place. cleek get ready to hear a lot more of the word "antidemocratic”
“The criticism of judicial review as being antidemocratic because it strikes down majoritarian decisions is based on a simplistic definition of democracy.”
“But this argument ignores the fact that the Constitution itself is antidemocratic; any enforcement of the Constitution to strike down what a political majority wants also will be antidemocratic.”
“Judicial review has an antidemocratic quality in that unelected judges are invalidating the choice of popularly elected officials.”
“Second, recognizing that the Constitution is itself antimajoritarian lessens the concern that judicial review is antidemocratic.”
“The Constitution is thus profoundly antidemocratic in that it limits what the majority at any moment can do.”
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