- n a person who believes in the equality of all people
- Southerners would simply disregard the equalitarian gropings implicit in such novels as These Low Grounds and Their Eyes Were Watching God; Northerners might well find in them .
- In the increasingly equalitarian Britain of the postwar years, Britain's monarchy found itself subject to a questioning, scarcely articulated, of the utility of an expensive .
- Yet the Founding Fathers excluded the Negro from the national equalitarian ideal, and the discrepancy made the white man's prejudice particularly enduring.
- Gail Omvedt in Times of India
Gail Omvedt, an American social activist living in India, believes that to some extent the "aggressive Hindutva destroyed a more equalitarian 'Hindu' tradition."