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- (sociology) Opposing sociological pluralism.
2008 June 29, David Frum, “Point of Origin”, in New York Times:
- Lichtman’s thesis is embedded in his title: American conservatism should be seen as an ideology devoted above all to advancing “an antipluralistic ideal of America as a unified, white Protestant nation.”
antipluralist — see antipluralist