progressism

noun
prog·​ress·​ism | \ˈprägrəˌsizəm\
plural -s

Definition of progressism 

: advocacy of or devotion especially to progressive action or social and political reform illuminating observations on the political progressism of … the NorthwestNew York Herald Tribune

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History and Etymology for progressism

French progressisme, from progrès progress (from Latin progressus) + -isme -ism

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