She campaigned not to secure a broader range of choices for women, but to perfect and republicanize
the institution of marriage so that women might realize their potential as mothers and Christians.
(44) It was their "'high calling' to Protestantize, republicanize
, and generally educate the progeny of reservationists." (45) In a speech Elizabeth gave to Hampton graduates in 1915, she recalled her arrival at the Blackfeet school: "My first day ...
Such an attitude tempts a republican people to republicanize
everything so as to make government resemble a monarchy as little as possible.
The scuttlebutt was that Ken Khachigian, a Republican speechwriter, had been sent over to "Republicanize
" the report.
Through demands for an eight-hour workday, "living wages," and an "American Standard of Living" labor leaders and organizations sought to republicanize
order to republicanize
the identities of the parishioners and their
The most recent example was the 1999 referendum to republicanize
the head of state that was roundly defeated.
As for Jefferson, Skelton disagrees with Theodore Crackel's contention that the third president and his advisers tried to "Republicanize
" the officer echelons.(1) But Skelton readily acknowledges that in the military buildup before and during the War of 1812 political considerations were hardly ignored, particularly in the general officer category, where many if not most men appointed from civilian life had been active in the Republican party.
There then arose the question of whether the role of Republican women was t, "republicanize
" the women's movement or to "feminize" the Republican movement.
His intent was not to "republicanize
" or even "anglicize" imperial law, but rather to enlist its authority for relatively traditional aims within the existing social framework.
These could be comparatively minor skirmishes, like the attempt by the municipal government of Cadiz in 1873 to "republicanize
" the city's street names, effacing all Catholic references.
No PGS workers ever devised a consistently radical politics, he argues, to challenge the industrial elite, and efforts to republicanize
the workplace came to naught.