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They furnished a vivid but rather aggravating explanation for the existing backwardness and chauvinism of the commonwealth.
Our one desire was to get back to America, and we regarded Europe with the most ignorant chauvinism and contempt.
THEODORE ROOSEVELTTHEODORE ROOSEVELT
He never stooped to pietistic clap-trap, or chanted the jaunty chauvinism that has so often caused the Hoosier stars to blink.
The old dregs of Chauvinism, stirred by the Bonapartists, discharge their muddy waters.
In Japan, opinion ranged from imperialistic chauvinism to liberal recognition of the consortium as a way out of the mess.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
Chauvinism flourishes exceedingly on the soil of national conceit.
MOUNTAIN MEDITATIONSL. LIND-AF-HAGEBY
That patriotism may degenerate into a vice is shown by the invention of a name for the vice: chauvinism.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER
So exactly, mutatis mutandis, do German and English chauvinism coincide.
The country which has since been the birthplace of Chauvinism, put away national pride almost with passion.
GIBBONJAMES COTTER MORISON
Towards the end of the year a wave of feeling amounting almost to Chauvinism swept over the country in musical affairs.

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