Even the ultrapatriotic
effort to suppress Greek in the first century, b.c.e., did not succeed in silencing the enthusiasm for Hellenism, including enthusiasm for the language.
We are just too unfortunate that we could not produce an ultrapatriotic
, revolutionary presidentone capable, intellectually and physically, of abandoning present, ineffective approaches of governance and of overhauling established systems.
"The fact that we have one ultrapatriotic
Scot in a team full of English people is a constant source of banter and we all get involved."
In Cyprus, with House President Marios Garoyian as the spiritual leader, Armenians set up their own ultrapatriotic
chorus before the agreements were signed, accusing Armenia's president of something tantamount to treason.
Underscoring this were his references to "religious revival," frequent appearances at prayer sessions, and his sprinkling references to a "Supreme Being," "religious faith," and "back to God" in talks to ultrapatriotic
groups such as the American Legion, the International Christian Leadership, and the New York Republican State Committee.
In the midst of World War II this ultrapatriotic
community frowned upon the stance my parents took as conscientious objectors, for they refused to buy war bonds and stamps.
"It was certainly not ultrapatriotic
motives that impelled me on 10 August to go to the barracks of Liverpool's crack Territorial Regiment, the Liverpool Rifles, to enlist .
Not surprisingly, Morris's research did not endear him to the ultrapatriotic
Israeli right, and he has been cited (selectively) by pro-Palestinian propagandists.
In this case, the growth of war fever came in several stages: its beginnings, with Bush's personal declaration of war immediately after September 11; a modest increase, with the successful invasion of Afghanistan; and a wave of ultrapatriotic
excesses--triumphalism and labeling of critics as disloyal or treasonous--at the time of the invasion of Iraq.
The campaign was meant to mobilize the Wisconsin faculty and to support the ultrapatriotic
and ultrahawkish activities of Theodore Roosevelt.