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n.1.A democrat.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the late 1820s the federal government began compiling statistics relative to immigration, and by the 1850s nativism had become a powerful political force in opposition to an idealistic and democratist one.
The modern democratist detests Shi'ite Iran because it persecutes women and discriminates against non-Shi'ite Muslims, while he loved the so-called Bosniaks who broke away from Yugoslavia, because, as Christopher Hitchens said at the time, Bosnia was a multicultural state that did not distinguish between Christians and Muslims, or Croats and Serbs.
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US interests, in friendly regimes, appeared to have trumped democratist ideology.