It has become almost a cliché since the 2000 election to call for abolition or reform of the Electoral College.
There is no goal of the abolition of the State of Israel, or even its transformation into one secular democratic state.
Why isn't his first step the abolition of the State Department's outrageous program of state-sponsored serfdom?
abolition, he argues, “was too small a box to contain their aspirations.”
And while abolition of the air force is unlikely, the factions that believe in the primacy of boots on the ground are influential.
An object always dear to Cuffe was the abolition of the slave trade.
Since the abolition of slavery the word "slave" has become a token.
Upper Canada was the first British possession to provide by legislation for the abolition of slavery.
The Southern States should accede to the abolition of slavery by the Constitution.
Its abolition is referred to as a most important and beneficial change.
1520s, from Middle French abolition or directly from Latin abolitionem (nominative abolitio) "an abolition," noun of action from past participle stem of abolere "destroy" (see abolish). Specific application to "opposition to the black slave trade as a political question" is first attested 1788.