Its greatest and most necessitous demand was to stand apart from anything in the nature of racialism.
This advance of the conception of racialism has widened and intensified music in not a few ways.
Least of all must it be interpreted by the brutal and childish doctrine of racialism.
Those who write about the Greeks must beware of a heresy which is very rife just now—the theory of racialism.
Patriotism, racialism, unionism, had all been lost in a moiling megalopolitanism.