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a smattering of moralists around the country tried to get the songs banned from the radio
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Like the moralist Nietzsche, who also spun off disconcerting and misquotable epigrams, Machiavelli is at once overfamiliar and obscure.
Austen was a moralist, certainly, but of a different strain.
Specifically, moralists either destroyed or rounded up and put away all statuary and inscriptions concerning the bad, dead emperor.
Reactionary moralists, either way, scare me — and that speaks to the other side.
Catholic moralists oppose the administration of methotrexate as an abortifacient even in the case of ectopic pregnancy, and Catholic hospitals do not provide it as a treatment.
Three years ago, Alaskans voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana and ever since a minority of moralists has been striving to undo the will of the majority.
Exploitation Claims Hefner enraged feminists, moralists and family groups alike.
The British moralist George Orwell noted in the 1930s that an authentic British fascism would come reassuringly clad in sober English dress.12 There is no sartorial litmus test for fascism.
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