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Synonyms for unionist

a worker who belongs to a trade union

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Hence, is this unionistic condominium the best of Europe, or Europe itself?
One of Eoehe's colleagues in Bavaria, Adolph von Harless, wrote that the American situation in the early 1840s was "a struggle between two opposing forces in America, a sound confessional group in the West and a lax and unionistic Lurheranism in the East.
In June 1918 Knox attempted to counter these activities with an increase in the bonus for employees whose wages were not governed by awards and he hoped that this voluntary act on the part of the company would be the means of 'dispelling the remaining elements of the unionistic spirit among the men'.
The Labor Party, the unionistic leadership, and repeated strikes, are the cause of much of the depression.
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.