Origin of internationalist
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Father Bush was an internationalist who wanted to establish “a new world order.”
“Obama has followed an internationalist course,” Spencer adds.
He pronounced himself a Social Democrat and an Internationalist.Eastern Nights - and Flights
First there is the everlasting muddle as to the internationalist attitude towards the likelihood of war.
To Colonel Roosevelt one is an internationalist or pacifist because one thinks war will not take place.
The "Bilderbergers" are another powerful group involved in the internationalist web.The Invisible Government
Maybe he identified me as some sort of an internationalist, American.Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
- an advocate of internationalism
- a person versed in international law
- (capital) a member of an International
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