Thesaurus / autonomy

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They had shown in their convention a few weeks before their hostility to autonomy.

The History of Cuba, vol. 4Willis Fletcher Johnson

The ultimatum presented by Sparta on the eve of the war demanded the restoration of autonomy to the subjects of Athens.

Then the claim of autonomy, if not of right to lead the tribes, made on behalf of Reuben, involved a further danger.

Such accentuation of autonomy in life and morality, might seem to exalt man unduly, and to inspire him with self-conscious pride.

In a State which possesses all power and all authority there is no room for the autonomy of religious communities.

The History of FreedomJohn Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

These had a certain amount of autonomy, and, beside seeing after the churches, could keep schools.

BulgariaFrank Fox

Russia now urges that the Bulgarians should have a civil representative instead, but this would come very near to autonomy.

Lord Lyons: A Record of British DiplomacyThomas Wodehouse Legh Newton

The autonomy of each individual fief was complete within itself.

JapanVarious

Would that the liberty of thought, the autonomy of the reason, they gave to the other nations of Europe, had borne fruit in Italy!

A thoroughgoing nationalist, he saw in the claims of the States to autonomy only so many obstacles in the path of national unity.

Union and DemocracyAllen Johnson

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