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- n. Alternative form of anti-federalism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Opposition to federalism; specifically, the principles of the Anti-Federal party.
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Many economic populists of the period made the mistake of placing hopes for popular finance in antifederalism and then in the emerging "states rights" thinking of the anti-Hamilton elites.
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Jonathan A. Hayes Corvallis, Oregon The lesson of the Irish vote is that antifederalism is as healthy for the EU as it was for the U.S. in its own formative years.
The lesson of the Irish vote is that antifederalism is as healthy for the EU as it was for the U.S. in its own formative years.
I think a lot of libertarianism is antifederalism, or at least this is a strong tendency in it.