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egalitarian

of, relating to, or upholding the doctrine of the equality of mankind and the desirability of political, social, and economic equality
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They said these factors indicate a relatively egalitarian society without strong social stratification.
The PPP chairman said that his Party was struggling for an egalitarian Pakistan to be a role-model Muslim democratic nation on the world map and a source of inspiration for Muslims around the globe.
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has over the last few days been advancing plans to renovate the egalitarian prayer section at the southern end of the Western Wall, which has generated intense opposition from hardline national-religious and haredi elements.
The founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 ushered in a socialist revolution that included combating patriarchy and upholding egalitarian gender ideals (Hu & Scott, 2016).
There are eight items in each of the 'egalitarian gender role', 'female gender role', 'marriage gender role', 'traditional gender role' subscales, and six items in the 'male gender role' subscale.
All of those little hunter-gatherer societies were egalitarian because they were, in Boehm's words "reverse dominance hierarchies." The rank and file got together and overawed the would-be alphas.
Similarly, America's egalitarian tradition provides the historian with a coherent framework to understand the vicissitudes of US politics.
Mazzocco has come up with four categories of colorblindness: protectionist, egalitarian, antagonistic, and visionary.
If liberal egalitarian progressive reformers want to talk about capital, says Smith, sooner or later they will have to talk about Marx.
Present study was carried out with the aim to identify the consideration of the egalitarian gender role in our society where goal achievement and career stability become a demand for both male and female in the family, to elaborate the patterns of behaviour attitudes and belongings in Egalitarianism, to explore the more valued expectations of society.