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In Plymouth it took the form of separatism, or a simple severance from the Church of England.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
In one of his works he has given some details respecting his conversion to Separatism.
Separatism, disorder, and devastation, were the natural consequence.
The aims of separatism may be classed as direct and indirect.
THE KATIPUNANJ. BRECKNOCK WATSON (AKA FRANCIS ST. CLAIR)
Separatism has even less virtue than any of the other isms, for it is the abstraction of a negation, the shadow of a shadow.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
Only doctrinaires, slaves to formulæ, but blind to reality, could have sanctioned such separatism.
BOLSHEVISMJOHN SPARGO
But the inefficiency of separatism was plainly evident in the Air Force.
Chaque baron est souverain dans sa baronie is a proverb meant to express this radical view of manorial separatism.
The imperial confederation had no real strength, however, for the spirit of separatism was as yet too deeply rooted.
A HISTORY OF SPAINCHARLES E. CHAPMAN
This doctrine of separatism was the doctrine disseminated by Filipino masonry, a daughter of Spanish freemasonry.
THE KATIPUNANJ. BRECKNOCK WATSON (AKA FRANCIS ST. CLAIR)

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