czaristic


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Adj.1.czaristic - of or relating to or characteristic of a czarczaristic - of or relating to or characteristic of a czar
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This story has now been told twice, first in Robert Caro's 1974 scholarly biography The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York that criticised Moses as a czaristic public planner who recklessly destroyed neighbourhoods, displacing thousands of people in the process, and whose recreational facilities favoured the affluent.
Woodson's effectiveness, however, both as an activist and as an administrator, was circumscribed by flaws in his personality, what an associate described as his "Czaristic temperament."(3) According to Goggin, "only those with the thickest skins could remain under his direction".