zealotry


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Even Goodman's critics, however, have failed to identify the motive that lies behind his anti-gambling zealotry.
This is a conclusion strongly conservative in its practical view of social institutions and their importance, yet clear-mindedly liberal in its ability to view homosexuality without hysteria, exaggeration, or zealotry, but as a fact of life.
Within the decade, that same zealotry helped mold the Guard's belligerent at-sea enforcement of new vessel-safety regulations.
Defending herself against presumably numerous critics who have mocked her zealotry, Maggio writes: "But then ridicule, it is said, is the first and last argument of fools.
Similarly, the prospect of zealotry being taught in "cult" schools had little salience in the Rocky Mountain state, whereas in Oregon, which had suffered the Rajneesh commune, it did.
Liman didn't seem to understand that ideology can fuel zealotry as much as money.
The zealotry of both the anti-porners and thepro-sexers have made their clashes particularly bruising.
But his zealotry in fighting those he has deemed communists, socialists, liberals, or whomever the enemy happens to be at the moment, has blinded Abrams.