• Perhaps, when dirt on almost everybody becomes readily available, politics will lose its hypocritical, moralistic tone.

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  • Lives and property are put in danger in exchange for the satisfactions of bean-counting and moralistic coercion.

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  • This combination of compassionate liberalism and moralistic conservatism means that Latinos are natural allies neither of whites nor of blacks.

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  • The persistent war on cash has more to do with moralistic society than it does with civil society as Wolman claims.

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  • Dan (Carell) is a moralistic newspaper columnist, a widower, and a strict but beleaguered father of three daughters, two of them teen-agers.

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  • Though the press-shy Anschutz would provide only vague answers to written questions through a secretary, his record shows a decidedly moralistic streak.

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  • Though the famously press-shy Anschutz would only provide vague answers to written questions through a secretary, his track record bears out a decidedly moralistic streak.

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  • Mr Cela's novels contain implicit criticism of Franco's Spain, and his love of the scatological and erotic was an affront to the moralistic conventions of the day.

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  • Merely wishing away human sexual behaviour does nothing for the potential victims of AIDS, many of whom are innocent under even the most moralistic definition of that word.

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  • In the beginning, there was the lordly general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford), a Bible-quoting, sixty-four-year-old Republican with a strong moralistic streak and a sharp eye for business.

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  • But in "Drinkin' Problem, " Lori McKenna goes in a different direction, sidestepping the usual moralistic dimension in favor of getting under the skin of someone for whom the issue is an immediate concern.

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  • But the compelling reason for the American government to punish certain states with economic sanctions is the moralistic belief that sinners should receive their just deserts—especially if influential groups of American voters are pushing for such punishment.

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  • Mr McCain's approach to economics is moralistic.

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  • But while conservatives can be forgiven for sneering a bit at the way the Obama Administration's moralistic self-righteousness has been succeeded by a quiet, almost embarrassed validation of Bush-era counter-terrorist policy, we need to give credit where credit is due.

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  • In any case, sanctions have only worked -- and worked over the course of many years -- in the unique cases of Rhodesia and South Africa, when the Communist world happily supported a guilty, moralistic West in ending white minority rule.

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