Examples of illiberalism in a Sentence
a woman who fails to see that her unexamined faith in political liberalism actually makes her guilty of illiberalism
Recent Examples of illiberalism from the Web
Trump’s anger, paranoia, dishonesty, and illiberalism operate at human scale, in 140-character bursts.
Do not ask when this choice between liberalism and illiberalism will come to America.
Radicals might have insisted that illiberalism and state Zionism were inextricable; that the maintenance of a majority-Jewish nation in a predominantly Muslim region would inevitably require discriminatory policies.
Beyond the unprecedented illiberalism of the president’s rhetoric, his approach to governance has been substantively distinctive enough to warrant its own title.
One possibility that has been much discussed is that it will be seen as the dawn of America’s descent into illiberalism.
Hungary and Poland, in particular, have taken a turn toward illiberalism and autocracy.
The aftermath of the incident had made Murray a martyr for free speech, and Harris brought him on the show in part as a statement of disgust with the illiberalism that had greeted Murray on campus.
Trump’s illiberalism—his cockeyed expressions of admiration for such leaders as Vladimir Putin, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and Rodrigo Duterte, and his heedless detachment from American norms—betrays that faith.
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