Definition of Secessionism. Meaning of Secessionism. Synonyms of Secessionism

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Definition of Secessionism

Secessionism
Secessionism Se*ces"sion*ism, n. The doctrine or policy of secession; the tenets of secession; the tenets of secessionists.

Meaning of Secessionism from wikipedia

- political order" with like-minded individuals. Democratic Secessionism: the right of secession, as a variant of the right of self-determination, is vested...
- In the context of the United States, secession primarily refers to the voluntary withdrawal of one or more states from the Union that constitutes the...
- Language secessionism (also known as linguistic secessionism or linguistic separatism) is an attitude supporting the separation of a language variety...
- Secessionism has been a recurring feature of Western Australia's political landscape since shortly after Federation in 1901.[citation needed] The idea...
- expansion platform. An initial seven Southern slave states declared their secession from the country to form the Confederacy. After Confederate forces seized...
- art secessions in late 19th and early 20th century Europe collectively form a movement best described by the all-encomp****ing term "Secessionism." As...
- Secessionism in Tasmania has been proposed several times throughout Tasmania's history. Before Federation, there was a lot of support for Tasmania joining...
- 48°12′02″N 16°21′57″E / 48.200465°N 16.365746°E / 48.200465; 16.365746 The Secession Building (German: Secessionsgebäude) is an exhibition hall in Vienna,...
- autonomism and secessionism. Various attempts for secession have occurred in Western Australia, including the 1933 Western Australian secession referendum...
- An Ordinance of Secession was the name given to multiple resolutions drafted and ratified in 1860 and 1861, at or near the beginning of the Civil War...