TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DIEHARDISM»
The term «diehardism» is barely ever used and occupies the 211.262
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIEHARDISM»
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Black World/Negro Digest
If the Congress means to capture the loyalties of younger Africans, which of
course it must do if it intends to remain effective, it must meet on new ground the
new poles of African events, the diehardism in South Africa and the new freedom
Mulk Raj Anand: The Novel of Commitment
The trilogy is obviously concerned with Lalu's movement from tremulous idealism
to a revolutionary diehardism. In the first novel, Anand charts out Lalu's nascent
protestations against the rigidities of his caste-system and his flouting of all ...
... lasting long enough to address the Indian agitation conclusively also
undermines the established view on the subject that it was Churchill's India
diehardism which kept him out of the Cabinet in August 1931 . . . he was
excluded [because] .
Maverick Marine: General Smedley D. Butler and the ...
In sum, times were changing and the basis for colonial diehardism was
hopelessly undermined. Butler's stint at Tientsin, with all its caution and cajolery,
had been a rather close-run thing.77 For the marines, Tientsin involved an
Dutch diehardism remained supreme. By contrast in India whilst there was no
effectual constitutional advance at the centre in the 1930s, the Government of
India Act of 1935 did provide for full 'Responsible Government' in the provinces.
Congress-Muslim League Tussle: 1937-40 ; a Critical Analyse
At any rate a Congress in power would have thwarted a manoeuvring rapport
between British diehardism and Muslim communalism with disrupting
repercussions to the country's integrity. Perhaps, "excessive preoccupation with
the present ...
Keynes often dreamed of 'a party which shall be disinterested as between
classes, and which shall be free in building the future both from the influences of
diehardism and from those of catastrophism, which will spoil the constructions of
The Crawford Papers: The Journals of David Lindsay, ...
Anyhow it put Curzon into a favourable atmosphere of Diehardism.
Chamberlain's speech was grave, but very rigid and unbending: needlessly so.
Had the P.M. been asked to revise it, I feel sure he would have smoothed off
some of the harsh ...
David Lindsay Earl of Crawford, John Russell Vincent, 1984
The Myth and Ritual School: J.G. Frazer and the Cambridge ...
Within this conservative context, classics, its pre-eminence as the keystone of
liberal education challenged for the first time, represented by the end of the
nineteenth century a bastion of diehardism. That is, from an intramural point of
view, the ...
British Politics, 1910-1935: The Crisis of the Party System
... and Welsh Disestablishment were taken, drew the sting of the pre-war conflict,
although Conservative diehardism remained as a reminder of the earlier conflicts
and a brake on any moves in a more liberal direction by Conservative leaders.