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Bircher (redirected from Birchism)
Birch·er (bûr′chər) also Birch·ist (-chĭst) or Birch·ite (-chīt′)
A member or supporter of the John Birch Society, an anti-Communist organization founded in 1958.
[After John Birch (1918-1945), Indian-born American missionary and intelligence officer.]
Birch′ist, Birch′ite adj.
Bircher (ˈbɜːtʃə) ,
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member or supporter of the John Birch Society
Birch•er (ˈbɜr tʃər)
a member or advocate of the John Birch Society.
References in periodicals archive
Once the official and more 'responsible' faces of American conservatism turned away from Birchism
, they never looked back.
Among the various strains of Texas right-wingism (it is factually incorrect to call it conservatism) is some leftover loony John Birchism
, now morphed into militias; country-club economic conservatism, a la George Bush pere; and the usual batty antigovernment strain.
Flynn ; the John Birch Society; the Bilderbergers; Fidel Castro; Martin Luther King; China; and an arresting account of McManus' personal journey from Buckleyism to Birchism