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royalist

1. a supporter of a monarch or monarchy, esp a supporter of the Stuarts during the English Civil War
2. Informal an extreme reactionary or conservative
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Nelson states that patriot royalism was not "coterminous with the American Revolution as a whole" (p.
The response was instead more akin to Gisbert's naked anger, inspired, I suspect, by the physical presence of the Kirkes and their reflexive, aggressive brand of royalism.
He saw the Christian royalism of Charles Maurras as a superior alternative to fascism, based as it was on a more genteel variation of authoritarianism.
Inasmuch as Jackson himself notes the "incoherence" and "disunity" of royalism (17, 61), we should not find it extraordinary that Hobbes, like many others, was royalist only to a degree, and ultimately Jackson does speculate that he was "more royalist than not" (273).
Again, the nature of this cause is simultaneously dynastic and religious, and two of the three children leave behind the family's proud Anglican royalism.
Make-believe Royalism is thus added to Brown's pastoral duties: he will have to wear an identity halo, as well as an aura of moral authority.
But this royalism is not just an American phenomenon.
This royalism does not fit the profile of class elitism; nor is it uniformly patrilineal or patriarchal as is royalty in Europe.
John Nichols, who covers politics for The Nation, is the author of The Genius of Impeachment: The Founders' Cure for Royalism, from which this article is adapted.
John Nichols is the author, most recently, of "The Genius of Impeachment: The Founders' Cure for Royalism.
Did his example encourage Eliot on the way to the conservatism and royalism he was to acquire from the French?
Against this recent push to reinstate economic royalism, Hartmann says we should revert to some simple historic understandings.