antiauthoritarian

ADJECTIVE
  1. opposed to authoritarianism
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How To Use antiauthoritarian In A Sentence

  • The group is seen as antiauthoritarian and the targets may reflect their opposition to Greece's recent austerity program following a European Union-sponsored € 110 billion ($153.6 billion) bailout for the country earlier this year. Greece Halts Mail, Hunts Bomb Suspects
  • Libertarian municipalism is a theory based on the antiauthoritarian tradition and henceforce on the choice of autonomy. Anarchist news dot org - News for anarchists and their friends
  • And while most of the violence in London was characterized by looting, particularly of stores selling sports clothing and electrical goods, outside of the capital it took on an antiauthoritarian tone. Riots Stoke British Ethnic Tensions
  • In Benghazi, the country's second-largest city and the hub of eastern Libya, a group of army colonels who recently defected said they are plotting the end their former commander's 42-year reign, which began to crumble last week as Libyans joined the antiauthoritarian protests roiling the Arab world. Libya Rebels Tighten Noose
  • She also shrewdly observes that the event goes against Carlin's antiauthoritarian comedy. Can We Talk?
  • I will die here as a martyr," he had declared in February, when compatriots inspired by the region's antiauthoritarian fervor rose in fury against him. Eccentric and Brutal, He Met End as a Fugitive
  • All I could see around me were anti-Vietnam, antiauthoritarian, antigovernment, antieverything, free-loving radicals. Dancing with the Devil
  • About the best way to express his politics would to describe him as a antiauthoritarian socialist with “small a” anti-authoritarianism and “small s” socialism. Matthew Yglesias » George Orwell Was a Socialist
  • For another thing, his antiauthoritarianism, antimilitarism, and borderless humanitarianism cause him to find the acts of political domination, war, and empire which make up the vast bulk of these “great” deeds and events not morally edifying but morally repugnant. Johann Gottfried von Herder
  • This is a new generation of terrorists that are more antiauthoritarian and less ideologically driven than the previous generation. Greece Halts Mail, Hunts Bomb Suspects
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