Antagonistic nostalgias legitimated the political claims of movements as diverse as abolitionism, sectionalism
, populism, socialism, anarchism, and cosmopolitanism.
September 25, 2015 (JUBA) -- South Sudanese defence minister, Kuol Manyang Juuk, said on Thursday that the new nation is not yet free, saying it has been held hostage by internal divisions, hatred and sectionalism
that requires the young, educated citizens to free the country.
Taking this broader view of national politics reveals how US sectionalism
corresponded with the rise of free market capitalism after the Industrial Revolution.
The quarter century prior to the Civil War mirrors the particular challenge of leadership in a nation splintering under the hammer blows of slavery and sectionalism
In fact, he insisted that without an active anarchist presence, the tendencies to union bureaucracy and union sectionalism
could easily prevail (pp.
Probing the reds and blues: Sectionalism
and voter location in the 2000 and 2004 U.
The national or federal government had to be strong enough to overcome states' rights, factions, and sectionalism
and unified enough to protect the nation and to create the infrastructure for a dynamic national economy.
The church catholic embodies "a subversion of and a proleptic deliverance from the pathological individualism, polarization, and sectionalism
of our terminal society.
sectarianism, provincialism constitutionalism and sectionalism
Its people continue to suffer from poverty, hunger, and illiteracy as well as malaria, cholera, and typhoid epidemics; crime is rampant, as is governmental corruption; there is tribalism, religious bigotry, sectionalism
, and internal terrorism; clean water is hard to come by; and there is no secure electricity or road infrastructure.
Will his example live on and inspire future generations or will sectionalism
take over leading to dissent, confusion and stagnation?
Between North and South: Delaware, Desegregation, and the Myth of American Sectionalism