Unionist

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Unionist

1. 
a. (before 1920) a supporter of the union of all Ireland and Great Britain
b. (since 1920) a supporter of union between Britain and Northern Ireland
2. a supporter of the US federal Union, esp during the Civil War
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(8.) On this meeting see Etienne Fouilloux, Les catholiques et l'unite chretienne du XIXe au Xxe siecle: Itineraires europeeens d'expression francaise (Paris: Centurion, 1982) 705-709; "Catholic Leaders in Unionistic Field Meet at Grottaferrata," Unitas, 2 (1950) 303; "A Conference on Christian Unity at Grottaferrata," Eastern Churches Quarterly 8 (Winter 1950): 494-97; Yves Congar, Dialogue between Christians: Catholic Contributions to Ecumenism (Westminster, MD: Newman Press, 1966), pp.
Bajrektarevic rightfully asked: "...is this unionistic condominium the best of Europe, or Europe itself?
Is it of any help to reflect on the Sarajevo event of June 28th, 1914 which has finally fractured a fragile equilibrium of La Belle Epoque, and set the Old Continent (and its world) into the series of motions that lasted for almost a century, before ending with the unique unionistic form of today's Europe?