prowar

Related to prowar: Anti war

prowar

(ˈprəʊˈwɔː)
adj
in favour of or supporting war
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He gives fair and equal coverage to both prowar and antiwar perspectives, as well as astute attention to racial and gender diversity.
Tragically, his pleas and counsel for genuine neutrality and peaceful relations were repeatedly overridden by the prowar, Anglophile globalists in Wilson's inner circle, as exemplified most especially by Colonel Edward Mandell House; Wall Street insiders Bernard Baruch, Henry Morgenthau, Robert Lansing (who would replace Bryan as secretary of state); and Walter Hines Page (the U.
Prowar propaganda in such contexts will speak readily to those members of the population who perceive, perhaps mistakenly, that their (at least short-term) interest is directly served or who have been co-opted through long exposure to and immersion in flawed ideologies into trusting that the U.
The metaphor of force in prowar discourse: The case of 1812.
The high modernist form of Meet Me on the Barricades satirizes prowar politics as overcompensation for sexual inadequacy, representing characters' declining physicality as a symptom of their vacant political convictions.
Reuben James," part of their inheritance from the Weavers, is an altogether stranger case: a "folk" song with perhaps the most problematic provenance possible, it is actually a prowar song written by American Communists after the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in 1941.
But as Patrick Hagopian states 'the Vietnam War did not divide the nation into opposed prowar and antiwar groups.
Unlike Adams, who was similarly pressured by prowar forces within his party, Madison chose to lead his party into battle.
Taylor traces Detroit's path from drowsy to divisive with the tussle between antiwar and prowar factions, including the effects of the economic fallout from the Civil War itself.
But the image of a prowar worker in a hardhat punching a privileged protester is enshrined in our cultural memory.
Its prowar rant reminds one of the initial scenes of prowar enthusiasm in the film based on Erich Maria Remarque's book All Quiet on the Western Front (5).
Wearing it does not mark one out as prowar, nor does it smack of idle conformity.