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Related to establishmentarianism: antiestablishmentarianism, disestablishmentarianism
  • noun

Synonyms for establishmentarianism

the doctrine of supporting the social or political establishment

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Christian groups, who had the benefits of effective establishmentarianism, were able to flood the submission process with their vested cases for religious privilege, such that the status quo on religious entitlement prevailed.
They are instead a who's who of establishmentarianism, extending back to the Reagan era.
It's less Hoyer's centrism that may cause problems for Democrats, and more what might be called his establishmentarianism.
While establishmentarianism is ordinarily associated with a religious
Monuments to transplanted European establishmentarianism and intolerance are the statues on the lawn of the Massachusetts state capitol of Anne Hutchinson, expelled from the colony in 1638 for the crime of holding unauthorized religious gatherings in her home (and, though the legend on her statue's pedestal does not mention it, being of the wrong gender to lead religious discussions), and Mary Dyer, executed on Boston Common in 1660 for the crime of being a Ouaker.
DAYA: To date, to my knowledge it has been completely ignored by Western psychology and psychiatry establishmentarianism.
The Bush administration's betes noire aren't patriarchy, racism, and homophobia, but establishmentarianism, big-government liberalism, and what they see as pervasive foreign policy namby-pambyism.
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