Recent Examples of fanaticism from the Web
Owen replayed his football fanaticism and offered fishing and biking as alternatives, and Nicolas talked up Frankfurt's skate parks and soccer fields.
Rooting out radicalism is important to preserving Morocco’s reputation as a beacon of stability in a volatile region, and King Mohammed VI speaks out regularly against religious fanaticism.
The third is a salesman who lives in Baton Rouge and whose Tiger fanaticism rivals his dad's.
With Obama’s election, the Tea Party—a movement that cloaked its fanaticism in the language of patriotism—staged a coup of the Republican Party.
And their fanaticism has poisoned the public image of feminism and driven ordinary, mainstream citizens away from feminism.
Today, we are called upon, amid a worldwide fanaticism of speech and act, to recover nothing less than the basic building blocks of human society.
The central theme here - the conflict between tolerance and fanaticism - lends both relevance and resonance to the slowly unfolding story of England's past.
BEIJING — China’s Cultural Revolution, the decade-long campaign remembered for its fanaticism and upheaval, began in 1966 and was enforced by radicalized students who pledged to put the Communist Party ahead of self.
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