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Arthur Cooper

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J …) ‘gònghézhǔyì’, ‘republicanism’; 西洋主義 (88 D  – 44 …) ‘xīyángzhǔyì’, ‘Westernism’. ‘Communism’ is 共產主義 (114 E  – 235 D …) (235 D ) 產 produce ‘gòngchǎnzhǔyì’, in which 產 (235 D ) ‘chǎn’ means ‘to bear offspring’ (it occurs for instance in the word for ‘obstetrics’); thence ‘to produce goods

Jordan Kutzik

ideological grounds. Since before World War II , Hasidim have associated this attention to the form of the language with the anti-religious tenets of communism and the irreligious stance of secular Yiddishism (and today often conflate the two). 11 This opposition to linguistic standardization, sometimes