equalitarian equalitarian


  • (n) a person who believes in the equality of all people


  1. Yet the Founding Fathers excluded the Negro from the national equalitarian ideal, and the discrepancy made the white man's prejudice particularly enduring.
  2. An outgrowth of the equalitarian theory was a quantum jump in the number of men considered qualified for the bench, and pressures built up to rotate judicial offices.


  • Gail Omvedt, an American social activist living in India, believes that to some extent the "aggressive Hindutva destroyed a more equalitarian 'Hindu' tradition."
    on Mar 14, 2009 By: Gail Omvedt Source: Times of India

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