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  • Antipathy in one nation against another disposes each more readily to offer insult and injury, to lay hold of slight causes of umbrage, and to be haughty and intractable, when accidental or trifling occasions of dispute occur.

    Advice to Our Next President, From Our First President

  • Antipathy towards police within black communities appeared to transcend generations.

    English riots were 'a sort of revenge' against the police

  • Antipathy centers on new Provost Stacey Franklin Jones, who has initiated programs and made appointments and demotions without input from faculty, according to three faculty members.

    Bowie State provost, president get no-confidence vote

  • Antipathy to Muslims and multiculturalism has become the standard strategy of Europe's far right in the past decade.

    Attacks Cast Light on Far-Right Views

  • Antipathy to the theory of aristocracy raises the question as to why it was tolerated for so long by so many.


  • Antipathy, however, was saved as much for the process of securing the final tax cut package as for the substance of the package itself.

    Dean, Ex-Obama Advisers Lament President's Tax-Cut Deal

  • Antipathy toward Obama is not as high as the negative feelings toward then-President George W. Bush in the 2006 midterms.

    Independent voters shifting to favor Republicans, study finds

  • Antipathy and disgust for the Bush administration and its neocon ideological ilk, including the key players and advisers in the John McCain campaign, have long taken root in the Middle East and South Asia.

    excellent wayne madsen americas roundup

  • Books Examine The Origins of Darwin's Scientific Explorations and the Persistent Antipathy Toward Evolution First Amendment Law Prof Blog, February 8, 2009: "As the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth approaches on February 12, the man and the controversy that continues to surround the teaching of evolution are examined in a number of new books."

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Antipathy to Scientology or Catholicism is not motivated by any racial animus, and can't be reached through the Thirteenth Amendment, which generally reaches only racial discrimination.



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