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- noun uncountable, dated, derogatory, offensive, ethnic slur
Politicalsupport for blackpeople.
- noun countable, dated, derogatory, offensive, ethnic slur Something
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On the other hand the Democratic Party developed in the South as an alternative party to the Republican Party's "niggerism."
Christian, varied the monotony a little when he elegantly said: "We have come here not only to celebrate an honored day, but to nominate men of noble hearts, determined to release the State from the thralldom of niggerism, and place it under the control of the Democratic party."
After he had finished the anecdote he said: "Boys, dat's -- dat's real niggerism," thus expressing his contempt for the conduct of the white man in question.
The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland
Shitty race and culture warrior, only in it for wars and torture, but that’s why he’s suck in bizarroland trying to explain rather poorly how his benighted party brethren are being maligned and throwing a coat of paint over them rather than sitting around and stewing about how the health care bill was high niggerism and reperations.
When Lincoln, a Republican moderate, spoke out in 1856 against the geographic extension of slavery, Illinois Democrats accused him of 'the most ultra abolitionism' and the Illinois State Register claimed that 'his niggerism has as dark a hue as that of [William Lloyd] Garrison or Fred Douglass.' [