Opposing the mounting racist and jingoist
violence and ultranationalism in Germany in the 1920s, he worked for European unity and supported organizations seeking to protect Jews against growing anti-Semitic violence.
This attitude also reflects that of the late nineteenth-century age of imperialism, during which the jingoists
attempted to fulfill what they believed to be the divinely ordained "manifest destiny" of American expansion.
This policy, Manifest Destiny, was endorsed by most of the clergy, who claimed that it was God's will for the United States to spread Christianity; the business community, who wanted more sources of raw materials and markets for manufactured products; the Southern states, which wanted more slave states; and American jingoists
We are all now at risk, the jingoists
who support Bush and Blair as well as, unfortunately, those who are able to foresee the consequences of the loudmouthed muscle-flexing that passes as American foreign policy.
But they feared that theocrats and jingoists
would twist religion into a tool of imperial government to launch crusading conquests of other countries and to suppress freedom at home.
The most abominable threats will come from virtual nations of terrorists or jingoists
who use networked societies and weapons within targeted nations to advance their causes.
By 1902 it had come to call up an image including soldiers, sailors, imperial administrators, missionaries, jingoists
, and heathen and barbaric natives.
and international law (whereas a few jingoists
such as Colonel McCormick of the Chicago Tribune reveled in the expansion of American power).
who consider any effort to understand terrorists immoral, on the grounds that to understand is to endorse, these hard-liners disdain complexity.
Halberstam, in particular, zeroes in on what makes Stone a filmmaker of some note: He countered the classic Hollywood view of war as personified by square-jawed jingoists
like John Wayne.
T]he differences between civilians and combatants, or between pacifists and jingoists
, often outweigh, or at the very least reconfigure, the differences between women and men.
Differences among women often dominate, such as those between civilians and combatants, or between pacifists and jingoists