Well, then, you shall have plenty of it; and first, I see you've not much more sense than some others of my acquaintance"(indicating me with his thumb), "or else you'd never turn rabid about that dirty little country called England; for rabid, I see you are; I read Anglophobia
in your looks, and hear it in your words.
He begins with a discussion of Hegel's reform-bill article claiming that, contrary to the traditional view, it was not a sour mix of anglophobia
and Prussian chauvinism but a shrewd analysis of the political situation as of mid-1831 which correctly identified the structural weaknesses of the existing British state, most notably its dominance by a corrupt and incompetent aristocracy, and pointed the direction that politics must take if the nation was to avoid revolution.
In addition to appealing to an unpleasant undercurrent of Scottish Anglophobia
, the SNP promises its electorate the prospect of policies that are far to the left of anything that Labour's prime ministerial candidate, Ed Miliband, could possibly deliver.
ruled for a decade until former Education Minister Leighton Andrews invited in Tony Blair's Sir Michael Barber.
A Call to Arms: Propaganda, Public Opinion, and Newspapers in the Great War (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004); Matthew Stibbe, German Anglophobia
and the Great War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001); David Welch, Germany, Propaganda and Total War, 1914-1918: The Sins of Omission (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2000).
Roy repeatedly criticises the SNP for its Anglophobia
, Europhobia, right-wingery and general eccentricities across the post-war period (pp.
That Nietzsche sneered at Darwin and scoffed at Spencer did not deter Mencken--these would be explained away as a function of the philosopher's intolerance, egotism, and acute Anglophobia
Multicultural Nationalism: Islamaphobia, Anglophobia
, and Devolution.
25) Crawford told Stonehaven that the American actions at Geneva would undoubtedly cause a wave of Anglophobia
to arise in the United States due to a number of things.
For one, he had none of the French Anglophobia
stimulated by events like Mers-el-Kebir (the battle in 1940 off the coast of French Algeria when the British Navy attacked and destroyed much of the French fleet), which soldiers like Colonel Serge-Henri Parisot never got over even up to his death last February at age 100.
fleet commanders adroitly sidestepped King's mandate that the British fleet be self-sufficient, a concern that Sarantakes argues was based more on genuine logistical concerns than on King's alleged Anglophobia
Calhoun as they waged their campaign, rife with Anglophobia
, to annex Texas.