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assimilationists

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  • noun Plural form of assimilationist.

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Examples

  • Yet, the Reform Jews in England, Western Europe and the U.S. - those the Zionists and nationalists dubbed "assimilationists" - wanted no part of this Jewish national revival.

    Legal History Blog

  • There a colony of so-called enlightened Jews from Germany, would-be 'assimilationists', felt embarrassed by later arriving Jews from the area of Frankfort who were still clinging to their traditions in piety, speech, dress, and trim: they wore long, untrimmed beards and earlocks, kaftans, and special hats; instead of High German they spoke a Jewish dialect (so-called Judeo-German-then considered broken German, today recognized as Western Yiddish) ….

    OUPblog

  • It's an anxiety that's mirrored in the gay community itself, where some people, the so-called "assimilationists," just want to be "like everyone else" and others want to enjoy and celebrate their difference.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • It's an anxiety that's mirrored in the gay community itself, where some people, the so-called "assimilationists," just want to be "like everyone else" and others want to enjoy and celebrate their difference.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • The chance that he will actually be convicted is about zero, but this somehow fits neatly into the discussion, because the ‘assimilationists’ will put forward that Muslims should learn to not be so easily offended, as their christian brethren had to learn, while others will say that this procedure shows exactly how anybody can go to court to demand their rights.

    Matthew Yglesias » The American Way

  • Over the ages, many factions of Talmudic scholars, Hasidim, messianists, assimilationists, and reformers propounded their respective answers.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • Over the ages, many factions of Talmudic scholars, Hasidim, messianists, assimilationists, and reformers propounded their respective answers.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • One Degania [a Jewish settlement in Palestine] is worth more than all the “Yevsektzias” [the Jewish wing of the Soviet Communist Party that fiercely opposed Zionism as a bourgeois nationalist movement] and assimilationists in the world.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • The bitter struggles between Jewish nationalists and assimilationists were also alien to a man whose aim was to extol the twin values of Jewish identity and secular modernity.

    David Shasha: Moses Montefiore: The Most Important Jew of the 19th Century

  • One Degania [a Jewish settlement in Palestine] is worth more than all the “Yevsektzias” [the Jewish wing of the Soviet Communist Party that fiercely opposed Zionism as a bourgeois nationalist movement] and assimilationists in the world.

    The Chosen Peoples

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