extremism

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Some of them thought he had a few good ideas, but was damaging his own case by extremism.

With all this extremism, we want a man of principle and common sense.

Because of this extremism, his voice was doomed to remain that of one crying in the wilderness.

The modern tendency in painting cannot be dismissed as charlatanism or extremism.

Only the leaders of the New Balkans are much younger, less experienced, more prone to superstition, extremism and moodiness.

In a word, it is contemporary Ireland duplicated without violence and extremism.

It is from this enthusiasm and extremism that there sounds one of the key-notes of woman's nature--her loyalty.

We're also standing against the forces of extremism embodied by the regime in Tehran.

We're also standing against the forces of extremism in the Holy Land, where we have new cause for hope.

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