progressivism

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n progressivism the political orientation of those who favor progress toward better conditions in government and society
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Usage

In literature:

Progressivism seems the cant of the indifferent.
"Marse Henry, Complete" by Henry Watterson
Perhaps that fact explains both the co-operation and the progressivism.
"The New Education" by Scott Nearing
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In news:

Arianna Huffington of Huffington Post fame discussed the role progressivism should play in American politics Monday night.
Progressivism 's Worst Nightmare Paul Ryan can make the case against it as no one else can.
College Football Owes Its Existence To Progressivism (Opinion).
TVA a model of failed progressivism .
Chuck Chalberg's take on a century of American progressivism (" The arc of progress," July 8), beginning under Republican President Teddy Roosevelt's leadership of a Progressive Party in 1912, was stimulating.
A connection between progressivism , college sports.
Glenn Beck Rips Progressivism at CPAC.
A New Life for Progressivism The Nation.
The new and confused attacks on progressivism.
Connect early progressivism and literature with the state of food safety a century later and a pivotal PNW event.
College football is Obama's progressivism put into big-time action.
Most people, especially the Democrats and Liberals and other left wing wackos attributed it to FDR's progressivism agendas which pulled our nation out of the Great Depression .
" Progressivism ," the political movement which is largely responsible for the growth and vast expansion of centralized administration in the federal government.
Many decades ago, Progressivism was very controversial, but nearly all Democrats and most Republicans over the decades have made their peace with it.
The Progressive is an American monthly magazine of politics, culture and progressivism with a pronounced liberal perspective.
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In science:

Below them we find progressiv ely more and more blurred patterns, which again signifies the onset of chaos. T he inner parts of the potential lobe are occupied by the “escape corridor” where t he particles can stream freely from the equatorial plane, as seen in fig. 2.37.
Transition from regular to chaotic motion in black hole magnetospheres
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