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rightist

1. of, tending towards, or relating to the political right or its principles; conservative, traditionalist, or reactionary
2. a person who supports or belongs to the political right
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This week, the loveable rogue's wife Jane Griffin has given an interview to a masters student, Nick Colletti, for his thesis on right-wing politics.
However, as a serious critique of Goldhagen, this study fails to impress, not least because it lacks detailed consideration of the broader social/cultural context of German right-wing politics in this period.
We were really not aware of some of the extreme right-wing politics locally," Weintraub says ruefully.
The popularity of right-wing politics isn't hurting 97.
The radical right-wing politics of the judicial branch also have forced us to stand sentry at the gates of justice.
There are few laughs here, and the relevance of the rise of right-wing politics currently gripping parts of this country only add to the play's immediacy and makes for uneasy watching at times.
People from across the Tees Valley united in a fight against extreme right-wing politics at a meeting in Middlesbrough.
THE British National Party has done its best to rein vent itself in recent years as the acceptablefaceof right-wing politics.
Mr Smith, then the party's Midlands elections organiser, has now turned his back on right-wing politics and has lifted the lid on its vile secrets.
These groups see themselves as the spear-points of right-wing politics and religious militancy (both Christian and Jewish) in Jerusalem today.
Right-wing politics in the United States is not monopolized by Vatican loyalists and Protestant followers of such leaders as James Dobson, Pat Robertson, and Jerry Falwell.
Predictably, critics snort that all this is just right-wing politics.