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- adv. In a hardheaded manner.
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In that sense, Wilson takes a more hardheadedly political approach to the topic than Ellison: where Wilson makes Catholicism's spiritual failings part and parcel of the openly political challenge it poses to the nation, Ellison emphasizes the really-existing unity between Catholicism and the CofE, and focuses on Protestantism's negative moral effects.
When we hardheadedly choose to hold on to strife, we are choosing to step out of God’s protection.
Unlike many of those who came after him, he was hardheadedly political and saw statesmen’s deeds as central to the life of a people.