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dicionario analógico

autonomy, liberty - plebiscite - fascism - carrying out, enforcement, execution, implementation, performance - acceptance, acceptation, adoption, espousal - election - reelection, re-election - referendum - vote - general election - primary, primary election - ballot, balloting, suffrage, vote, voting - secret ballot - veto - firm up, stabilise, stabilize, steady - campaigner, candidate, nominee - citizen - enforcement - authorities, government, raj, regime, rule - abolitionist, emancipationist - freeman, freewoman - country, land, nation, native country, people - emigrate - fasten on, hook on, latch on, seize on, take up - act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - campaigning, candidacy, candidature, electioneering, political campaign - guarantee, warrant - social control - sanction - administration, governance, governing, government, government activity - imposition, infliction - acculturation, enculturation, socialisation, socialization - breeding, bringing up, fosterage, fostering, nurture, raising, rearing, upbringing - delegating, delegation, deputation, relegating, relegation - impoverishment, pauperisation, pauperization - appeasement, calming - conciliation, placation, propitiation - internationalisation, internationalization - discrimination, favoritism, favouritism - nomenklatura - ageism, agism - heterosexism - nepotism, old-boy network, old school tie - racial discrimination, racialism, racism - sexism - antifeminism, chauvinism, male chauvinism - norm, normalisation, normalization, standard, standardisation, standardization, standards - stabilisation, stabilization - resistance - champion, defend - action - support - advocacy, protagonism - aegis, auspices, protection - sponsorship - endorsement, indorsement - approbation, approval, approving, blessing, sanctioning - democratisation, democratization - attendance, engagement, involution, involvement, participation, turnout - enthrone, invest, vest - certify, endorse, indorse - vote - liberalise, liberalize - represent - govern, rule - grind down, tyrannise, tyrannize - city, civic, civil - fascist, fascistic - nationalism, patriotism - defence policy, defence program, defense policy, defense program - Chartism, chartist movement - government, political science, politics, politology - geopolitics - anarchism - Machiavellianism - centrism, moderatism - conservatism, conservativism - reaction - democracy - social democracy - elitism - extremism - federalism - neoliberalism, neo-liberalism - libertarianism - monarchism - Negritude - progressivism - radicalism - republicanism - utopian socialism - militarism - policy, politics - social policy - affirmative action, positive discrimination, preferential treatment - foreign policy - interference, intervention - noninterference, nonintervention - manifest destiny - isolationism - Monroe Doctrine - Truman doctrine - dissidence - debate, disputation, public debate - induction, initiation, installation - coronation, enthronement, enthronisation, enthronization, investiture - arms race - campaign, political campaign, run - IRA, Irish Republican Army, Provisional IRA, Provisional Irish Republican Army, Provos - Tammany, Tammany Hall, Tammany Society - British Commonwealth, Commonwealth of Nations - court, royal court - government-in-exile - local government - citizenry, people - electorate - senate, Upper Chamber, Upper House - Senate, U.S. Senate, United States Senate, US Senate - House of Representatives, U.S. House, U.S. House of Representatives, United States House of Representatives, US House, US House of Representatives - British House of Commons, House of Commons - British House of Lords, House of Lords - general assembly, general meeting, general shareholders meeting, law-makers, legislative, legislative assembly, legislative authority, legislative body, legislative power, legislature - legislative council - Free World - Third World - body politic, commonwealth, country, land, nation, res publica, state - Nazi Germany, Third Reich - member - allies - Arab League - Common Market, Community, EC, EEC, EU, Europe, European Community, European Economic Community, European Union - NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization - OAS, Organization of American States - OPEC, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries - great power, high power, major power, power, superpower, world power - city state, city-state - state - hoi polloi, mass, masses, multitude, people, the great unwashed - AFL-CIO, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations - constituency - electoral college - machine, political machine - popular front - global organization, international organisation, international organization, world organisation, world organization - CIS, Commonwealth of Independent States - UN, United Nations, United Nations Organization, UNO - confederacy, confederation, federation - federation - union - chamber, meeting room - parliament - Knesset, Knesseth - Oireachtas - syndicalism - cadre, cell - resistance, underground - commonwealth, democracy, republic - hegemony - oligarchy - plutocracy - technocracy - monarchy - diarchy, dyarchy - colony, settlement - commission, delegacy, delegation, deputation, mission - diplomatic mission - absolutism, authoritarianism, despotism, dictatorship, monocracy, one-man rule, shogunate, totalitarianism, tyranny - police state - front, movement, social movement - political movement - Age of Reason, Enlightenment - burgh - rotten borough - English, English people - French, French people - administrator, administratrix, execute, executive - alderman, alderwoman - anarch, anarchist, nihilist, syndicalist - apostle - Blimp, Colonel Blimp - democrat, populist - apostate, deserter, ratter, recreant, renegade, turncoat - janissary - nationalist, patriot - pol, political leader, politician, politico - prefect - rightist, right-winger - secessionist - Secretary General - caseworker, social worker, welfare officer, welfare worker - Speaker - suffragette - union representative - burgess, constituent, elector, voter - Malcolm Little, Malcolm X - absolute majority, majority - office, power - peace - anarchy, lawlessness - state of war, war - cold war - independence, independency - autonomy, self-direction, self-reliance, self-sufficiency[Domaine]

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