Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of exclusionist.

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Examples

  • Levin attempts a pre-emptive defense of these views, writing that "those who dissent" from the "Statist" view on immigration "are often characterized as exclusionists, nativists, xenophobes, or even racists."

    Terry Krepel: Liberty and Tyranny -- And Misinformation

  • Those who dissent from his immigration policies are often characterized as exclusionists, nativists, xenophobes, or even racists.

    Liberty and Tyranny

  • The women stood by their children, asserting that the son or daughter was too good for the exclusionists, just as their husband was better than the others.

    The Mob and Me

  • It's not anywhere near the top of the list except for immigration exclusionists, such as Rep. Steve King.

    House Republican leadership: a preview

  • And not any net: welcome to an exclusive clan of exclusionists, Tollef!

    Navigation sucks.

  • We are left with the intellectually lazy, half-witted children of conservative exclusionists.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Creating medicines for serious illnesses should be cooperative ventures which rally every resource in the world, not profiteering ventures for avaristic exclusionists.

    SOME QUESTIONS FOR CANCER RESEARCHERS AND THE CDC, WHAT IF CANCER IS NOT A DISEASE?

  • Certainly this is what the exclusionists and border-obsessives fear most: that America could change, that the definition of what it means to be an American could broaden.

    Crossing the Border

  • The battle lines between the inclusionists and the exclusionists are being drawn across America, dividing Americans.

    Lifting Our Lamps, Or Putting Them Out

  • In Marxist terms, Reid and Leahy are heightening the contradictions within the GOP between the immigration exclusionists and inclusionists.

    Bull Moose

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