partisanism


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He recommends replacing unionism with patriotism, partisanism with responsibility, amateurism with professionalism and procrastination with confidence.
In these lectures Thelwall appealed to notions of sympathy and sentiment as the basis of political reform, though by the end of the eighteenth century it was clear that the radical politicization of sensibility was not going to transcend political partisanism and succeed, at least in the short term, in bringing laboring and artisanal classes into the realm of legitimized political debate.
For example, Snyder and Purdy (1985) found increased travel distance to be negatively related to college basketball wins, but interpreted their findings as being due to crowd partisanism.