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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A belief in and advocacy of a single ruler as a political system.

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  • When Congress met in December, 1793, the old questions of Hamilton's measures and the "monarchism" of the administration were forgotten in the new crisis.
  • Croly and Bourne, the founding fathers of modern liberalism, hoped to create a re-founded regime that had broken from the "monarchism" of totemizing the Constitution.
  • Why bring monarchism, or non-elected heads of state into the equation?
  • Not only that, Larry, but it would continue the legacy of our dual monarchism here. for more
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