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  • v. Present participle of uniformize.

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Examples

  • Fascism is a much more serious and dangerous project that consists of establishing a dictatorship with military support and an uniformizing ideology that promotes a "common national project" which sees individuality as suspect, removes physically any kind of internal opposition, and establishes a systematic discrimination and elimination of sectors of the population who are accused of being traitors to the "noble ideals" that uphold the regime.

    Philocrites: Davidson Loehr on fascism.

  • Under cultural conditions such as apparently prevail to-day, conditions that fight localism at every turn, the tendency to dialectic cleavage is being constantly counteracted and in part “corrected” by the uniformizing factors already referred to.

    Chapter 7. Language as a Historical Product: Drift

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