from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See Kulturkampf, above.
- In Russia, severe oppressive laws against Jews, which have given occasion for great persecution; -- so called because they received the assent of the czar in May, 1882, and because likened to the Prussian May laws (see Kulturkampf).
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