un-Americanism


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un-Americanism

the state or condition of being out of sympathy with or against American behavior, attitudes, beliefs, etc. — un-American, n., adj.
See also: Foreigners
the state or condition of being out of sympathy with or against an ideal of American behavior, attitudes, beliefs, etc. — un-American, n., adj.
See also: Politics
the state or condition of being out of sympathy with or against an ideal of American behavior, attitudes, beliefs, etc. — un-American, n., adj.
See also: America
the state or condition of being out of sympathy with or against an ideal of American behavior, attitudes, beliefs, etc. — un-American, n., adj.
See also: Attitudes
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In our own country Wal-Mart has proven remarkably resilient against daily attacks and allegations that accuse this most American of all retailers of practices that border on un-Americanism.
In light of the Palmer Raids and the growing belief that "outsiders" were threatening American institutions, the steel strike became a symbol of un-Americanism, not of a legitimate battle between labor and capital.
Trumbo notwithstanding, there are heroes and villains in these pages, especially Roy Cohn at his witness-badgering worst and Democratic senators like Stuart Symington and Henry "Scoop" Jackson in supporting roles, out-McCarthying McCarthy in their efforts to prove the un-Americanism of Fifth Amendment-invoking witnesses.