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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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South Africa gained its present peace through a transition from an inequalitarian pluralist system, to an equalitarian pluralist system where cultural diversity is not regarded as a stumbling block but as enrichment of the overall unity.
Not only equalitarian traditions are invited to tread the high-tech route, and certainly in an institutional sense (whatever may be the case for some members of that institution) this is not a tradition with which the modern university has been closely associated.
The other response to the Aboriginal welfare problem was equalitarian racism.
The dominant trends in the truly scientific studies of race following WWII were antiracist in tone and equalitarian in principle--two characteristics that have remained consistent until the present day.
With regard to these and all other aspects of our equalitarian social theory, my only aim is the humble one of suggesting that we bear in mind the disregard that nature has for unintelligent good intentions and the vixenish severity with which she treats them.
became more receptive to ideas of racially equalitarian reform.
Not only that the eloquent Obama attracted a billion plus Muslims to listen carefully to his words; but the speech inspired the listeners throughout the globe with an unprecedented equalitarian mode of addressing fellows of a religion to which he doesn't personally belong, but might have occasionally known in the course of his life.
Since the mid 1980s the MST has frequently renewed its full commitment to a just and equalitarian society, the last time being in the fifth National Congress in 2007 (see Caldeira 2008a).
Thus the kitchen mirrors an authoritarian and segregationist society, instead of fostering an alternative sense of community, solidarity, and equalitarian justice among women.
Generalizing this result would indicate that bonds for capital purchases may be used as an instrument to circumvent the equalitarian objective of centralizing policies.
In protesting the war, often in the absence of strong clerical peace leadership, CPFers embraced the reforms of the Second Vatican Council and gave birth to a new, more equalitarian dynamic within the American Catholic Church.