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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who favors seclusion, or the principle or policy of refusing intercourse with others: as, Chinese seclusionists; monkish seclusionists.

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Examples

  • These partys are normaly most popular in a seclusionist government and are opposed by them in every way.

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  • This group is headed by the Botswana Unity Party, Political partys in this group tend to belive in a middle line between the seclusionist and Expansionist viewpoints.

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  • Under his reign his atempts to withdraw back to only francistown and maun were blocked by the congress but his seclusionist efforts weren't suported by the general populace and in the 2003 elections he was replaced by Ian Mmusi (Not a relative of Peter Mmusi) of the Botswana National Front that advecated expansionist polices.

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  • Khama stood for presidency and won with the BDP under is 4 year term botswana became more seclusionist withrawing from the borders to control only administration zones 1,6 and 7 having withdrawn from zone 2 in the last year and the other zones following doomsday.

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  • Under his reign his atempts to withdraw back to only francistown and maun were blocked by the congress but his seclusionist efforts weren't suported by the general populace and in the 2003 elections he was replaced by Ian Mmusi (Peter Mmusi's disinherited son) of the Botswana National Front that advecated expansionist polices.

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  • So would that make me some right wing, seclusionist nutjob whose only ideal it is to isolate my children and family from the evils of public school?

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