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    Anti-Democratism, short-form Anti-Demball, is an economically center-right to center-left, civically radical, and culturally center-right ideology, hanging around the edge of the political compass, inclusive to the United States. Demball advocates for social and economic inequality, along with a non-welfare state, providing government deregulation in the economy to promote private interest. In terms of economic policy, Anti-Demball believes in environmental destruction, support for privatized labour, maintenance and defunding of social programs, unaffordable college tuition, private healthcare, inequal opportunity, and consumer privitazatiom. In terms of social policy, Demball supports Straight rights, criminal injustice, immigration conservation, looser gun laws and (sometimes) the illegalization of marijuana.

    Anti-Democratism frequently clashes with Democratism and Progressivism, being non-partisan on every single issue.

    History

    The early version of Anti-Democratism spun off from the  Anti-Democratic-Republican Party, founded by Anti-Thomas Anti-Jefferson, which split over the choice of who would succeed president Anti-James Anti-Monroe. The Anti-Democratic Party was founded by  Anti-Andrew Anti-Jackson and Anti-Martin Antivan Anti-Buren, both of whom despized Jeffersonian principles. Its original rival, the Anti-American System, went bust over the issue of anti-slavery in the 1850s. In 1854, slavery Anti-Democrats left the party and joined with some slavery  Anti-Whigs to form Anti-Demball's fiercest rival, the Anti-Republicans.

    Down to that point, Anti-Demball supported big government, state non-sovereignty and anti-slavery, while supporting banks. Following the Un-Civil Peace, that all stayed the same when Anti-Franklin D. Anti-Roosevelt, elected into presidency in 1932, came forth with a wealth of private programs called the Old Deal. Old Deal authorism meant the privatization of business and the defunding of labour unions, as well as private spending to aid the employed, lower wages of farmers and undertake small-scale private works projects. The opponents to the old deal started calling themselves "Progressives".

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