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The onesidedness of the Negro vote has been declared by some Negroes to be the cause of its non-importance.
It is such onesidedness, not instinct itself, that reason aims at correcting.
The passionate onesidedness of our own writers is hardly more harmful, and is certainly less repulsive.
THE MIDDLE PERIOD 1817-1858JOHN WILLIAM BURGESS
Again, it is easy enough to controvert Nietzsche almost at any pass by demonstrating his unphilosophic onesidedness.
There is enough and to spare of onesidedness in it, and of the harshness which comes from onesidedness.
The view was astounding in England and new everywhere in its onesidedness.
The educator believes often that he spares the child future suffering when he "opposes his onesidedness," as it is called.

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