integrationism

integrationism

the combination of educational and other public facilities, previously segregated by race, into unified systems shared by all races. — integrationist, n. , adj.
See also: Race
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Even as black leaders articulated a militantly separatist ethic, Jewish leaders like Abram, a stalwart supporter of the postwar liberal consensus, struggled to keep integrationism alive.
That said, the aim is not a comprehensive review of Latin American regional projects throughout all history, but simply to establish the context for integrationism, which was particularly prolific in the second half of the twentieth century.
33) Critically, according to Xenophon, the social strata ought to be mingled in their agrarian occupation, with the overseeing kalos kagathos ordering them, but Coriolanus disregards this complicating integrationism.
Anderson writes that her integrationism has "no truck
For their collective mentalities are obsessed with little else but the folklore of integrationism, transposed from the civil rights front to the cultural front.
First, given that the trajectory of Christian Europe seems to have been a long-term decline into secularization, it is not clear whether these models of protecting religious integrationism and accommodating religion offer long-term hope to those who sympathize with these religious groups.
222) Such statements contrast tonally with Ellison's own integrationism, but they also articulate white America's intrinsic blackness in a way the novel clearly authorizes.
The course resulting from this is one of pragmatism and opportunism, safe from the dangerous extremes of Yeltsin-Kozyrev-era integrationism or nakedly imperialistic, anti-Western, neo-Soviet revanchism.
Some refer to this period as the "bad 60s" given the shift to self-determination, self-defense, nationalism, and militancy, and away from the integrationism, nonviolence, and the beloved community of the early or "good 60s" (Gitlin, 1987; 1995).
Forever gone was the peculiar nineteenth-century mix of utopianism and professionalization, of separatism and integrationism.
It should come as a puzzle to many observers that the AKP's social base, which is supposed to be conservative, favors globalism and integrationism.

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