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Encyclopedia > Independentist

Independentist is a neologism referring to an advocate of independence for a nation or territory. See: Separatist.


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Independentist flags in La Plata region (Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay: 1810-1840) (334 words)
Independentist flags in La Plata region (Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay: 1810-1840)
Editorial note: Find below links to independentist flags from the early 19th century used in the region of La Plata, which played a major role in the flag history of three independent countries which later arose in that area: Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.
Originated the current argentine national flag (which in turn inspired many argentine provincial flags) and, thru Louis Aury, is the ancestor of almost all central american national flags.
Socialist History Project (9598 words)
Independentist feeling is spurred by a worsening economic conjuncture which has underlined Quebec’s vulnerable position in the Canadian and North American capitalist economy.
But the independentist movement as such is a relatively recent phenomenon which developed during the 1960s, and only during the last year or so became a mass movement drawing into its ranks thousands of industrial workers as well as students, clerical and professional layers.
As long as there is no independentist party on the federal level, the NDP may continue to serve as an electoral vehicle for reformist demands on the Ottawa government without, however, building a serious organization in Quebec.
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