Definition of progressivism
progressivistplay \-vist\ noun or adjective
progressivisticplay \-ˌgre-si-ˈvis-tik\ adjective
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Yet, at the end of all that, liberalism, progressivism, and socialism survived largely unscathed.
Carhartt has become the model for a brand that has matched a degree of progressivism with working class values, all without alienating its conservative white consumers.
Within its walls, Harvard may well veer toward progressivism, for better or worse.
Much as a certain faction of the left views aspiring immigrants as allies in the fight against U.S. reactionaries, a certain faction of the right views Putin as an ally against the forces of progressivism.
Many of the elite colleges at the forefront of progressivism were founded by Puritans.
The diabolical forces of progressivism, elitism and liberal social injustice have claimed another victim.
One of his roommates is his girlfriend, Nicole Edelmann, who has received attention for her support of GamerGate, a loose online movement that has sought to push back against social progressivism in video games.
Is full-throated progressivism the best strategy for combating Trumpism?
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