Wharton was philosophically, politically, and fashionably profligate.
Economically and politically, it lives very much in the present.
Their importation into Rome caused quite a stir, politically.
Politically they are entirely in the hands of the Roman Catholic clergy.
But what Russia will become, politically speaking, he would be rash who prophesied.
No doubt the landed aristocracy are politically the most fit to govern.
Personally and politically he was held tight by the Teuton tentacles.
Politically, the cause of the struggle is of enduring consequence to mankind.
Socially and politically the two regions had always been distinct.
The movement is politically nearly as strong in the agrarian districts as elsewhere.