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  • n. Plural form of militarist.

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Examples

  • "militarists" & mdash; quite the other way just then.

    A Miscellany of Men

  • Comparing, say, two demographically matched young college-educated liberal women or comparing two demographically matched older less educated conservative men, the one who seldom attends church is likely to be more supportive of the civil liberties of racists, militarists, and so forth than is her more religiously observant counterpart.

    American Grace

  • But it is more striking that the same pattern—secular people more tolerant—recurs on questions about racists and militarists, who are probably more disliked by secular people than by religious people and who therefore pose tougher tests for those who are secular.

    American Grace

  • Masked behind some false naivete, Mr. Barganier "wonders" about the "cult of the presidency," yet does not wonder about the more powerful "cult of the militarists."

    You and Whose Army? « Antiwar.com Blog

  • The tens of millions of Chinese killed by the Japanese militarists?

    Think Progress » Beck loses 103 sponsors as his UK television broadcast runs for five days straight without any ads.

  • When they had exhausted their energy for idealism and cared only to entrench themselves as a permanent governing class, the protean Stefani pulled up stakes for Los Angeles, where she suddenly and improbably reinvented herself as a tribune of the poor and progressive, and a scourge of conservatives, militarists, and corporations who savaged the environment, starved children, and slaughtered the innocent.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Considering that part of the aim of Israeli militarists to undercut any chance of negotiated settlement, I think that the current bombing fix will do very well in setting up the conditions for further Palestinian disorder.

    Matthew Yglesias » Cease-Fire

  • On one side you had the socially-oriented statism of the Junkers landowners, the Prussian militarists, et al as represented primarily by the Nationalist party.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Timothy McVeigh Was No Libertarian: The Fallacy of Conflating Two Very Different Types of “Anti-Government” Movements

  • The German militarists willingly joined Hitler and in doing so "dealt a blow to all mankind; a blow so terrible that the conscience of the world will reel for years to come."

    Five Best: William Shawcross

  • You can also find that sentiment, expressed by the Japanese militarists of the Supreme War Council, recounted in John Skate's work, The Invasion of Japan: Alternative to the Bomb.

    SF Tidbits for 2/20/10

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