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1. Not reconciled to social, political, or economic change; maintaining outdated attitudes, beliefs, and practices.
2. Not reconciled to the outcome of the American Civil War.
[After the Reconstruction.]
unwilling to accept social and economic change
un•re•con•struct•ed(ˌʌn ri kənˈstrʌk tɪd)
stubbornly maintaining earlier positions, beliefs, etc.; not adjusted to new or current situations: an unreconstructed conservative.
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|Adj.||1.||unreconstructed - adhering to an attitude or position widely held to be outmoded; "peasants are still unreconstructed small capitalists at heart"; "there are probably more unreconstructed Southerners than one would like to admit"|
reconstructed - adapted to social or economic change; "a reconstructed feminist"