ultranationalistic


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of Charleston, South Carolina, initiated in 1845 the ultranationalistic
The story has a pivotal significance in my literary career, due in part to the fact that it is one of my thematic works which deal with my childhood experiences in an ultranationalistic society during the Pacific War, and more fundamentally because of the "structure" and "place" of the imagined world it depicts.
In his ultranationalistic appeal, Mishima said, ''Where is the samurai's soul?
Now in Paris, he decides to run off with a former lover--Pedro from New Jersey--but before he can, the child of an American woman he just met (at least, he thinks it's her child) is kidnapped right before his eyes by a gang of ultranationalistic teens, Under the circumstances he feels the least he can do is to try to get the kid back,
However, the decision has not been universally accepted, with daily demonstrations taking place at cemeteries for the Turkish soldiers killed fighting the PKK, organised by relatives of the fallen with a large helping hand from the ultranationalistic Patriotic Hearth (Greywolves) Party.
The book's first major contribution is in debunking the theory, still pervasive in Japan, of the nation being forced by the military into the ultranationalistic frenzy of the "dark valley" era (1931-45).
Several of them have recently fought wars with their neighbors, inspired by rhetoric that seems to us ultranationalistic. On closer inspection, however, we should note that their sharpest conflicts have been not with other Eastern Orthodox nations but with countries or peoples that do not share their Eastern Orthodox background.
The domestic political environment is also likely to prove hospitable to ultranationalistic political forces.
Although the prospects do not appear to be high, the possibility that the Russian government will become ultranationalistic cannot be dismissed.
His 100-volume Kinsei Nihon kokumin shi (1918-52; "A History of Early Modern Japan"), despite its ultranationalistic bias, is an exhaustive and invaluable compendium of events in Japan from 1534 until the late 19th century.
In spite of its ultranationalistic rhetoric, the regime sold out national resources, implementing the neoliberal recipes of the "Chicago boys" that, as happened in other southern countries, consolidated the privileges of the monopolistic and financial sectors while widening the gap between consumers and producers (Varela 157-61).
Almost nothing is known of his life except that at one time he had been a member of the Zealots, an ultranationalistic Jewish group (Matt.