Definition of regressive
regressivityplay \ˌrē-ˌgre-ˈsi-və-tē\ noun
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But Landrieu, with Dylann Roof and a host of many other major players, progressive and regressive in their aims, may have taken America into a truly new era of Civil War remembrance.
On the contrary, Hollywood can be just as regressive and conservative as Donald J. Trump.
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