partisanism


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Related to partisanism: partisanship, bipartisanism

partisanism

1. favoritism shown to members of one’s own party, faction, sect, or cause.
2. strong adherence to the tenets of one’s party, faction, sect, or cause. — partisan, n., adj.
See also: Favoritism
an action or spirit of partiality for a specific political party. Also partisanship. — partisan, n., adj.
See also: Politics
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And drawing examples from daily life, he concludes that our country is governed by unionism, partisanism, amateurism, and procrastination.