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He had stripped the magical prestige from the absolutist monarchy in France.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
It will not be worship as with the Chinese absolutist, nor mere friendship, as in the code of many a radical.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
Socialism would introduce, indeed, the most vexatious and all-encompassing absolutist government ever invented.
CONTEMPORARY SOCIALISMJOHN RAE
He was a statesman and he wanted to make the empire into a real state of the absolutist type.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER
They desire to employ it as a tool for their absolutist plans and adventurous world enterprises.
WHAT GERMANY THINKSTHOMAS F. A. SMITH
Just as little as we find anti-Catholic, so also do we fail to discover anti-absolutist strains in Don Quixote.
THE PROSE WRITINGS OF HEINRICH HEINEHEINRICH HEINE
In fact, Belgium was nearer to having an absolutist monarchical rgime than it had ever been before.
BELGIUMEMILE CAMMAERTS
"Your reciprocal instruction will turn out counters in human flesh," broke in an Absolutist.
THE MAGIC SKINHONORE DE BALZAC
We call upon you to throw off the yoke of your absolutist régime, as the Russian people has shaken off the autocracy of the Czars.
BOLSHEVISMJOHN SPARGO
It had been behind the revolution that had recreated an absolutist monarchy in Spain.
ASTOUNDING STORIES OF SUPER-SCIENCE, OCTOBER, 1930VARIOUS

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