from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Political zeal or partisanship.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Zeal or party spirit in politics.
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Congressional Thieves have so fully demonstrated the truth of this charge, we are inexpressibly astonished and confounded, that the citizens of our Free States will not open their eyes to the necessarily demoralizing tendency of that miserable politicalism of the hour, which appeals to nothing higher than base passion or baser prejudice.
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