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Apoliticism is apathy or antipathy towards all political affiliations. Being apolitical can also refer to situations in which people take an unbiased position in regard to political matters. The Collins Dictionary defines apolitical as "politically neutral; without political attitudes, content, or bias".
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- P.51, Rabin & Bowman
- "Iraq war inquiry: Sir John Chilcot vows to 'get to the heart' of decision to go to war". The Daily Telegraph. 24 Nov 2009. Retrieved 10 November 2012."My colleagues and I come to this task with open minds. We are apolitical and independent of any political party. We want to examine the evidence. We will approach our task in a way that is thorough, rigorous, fair and frank."
- "Collins: Apolitical". Retrieved 10 Nov 2012.
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- Rabin, Jack; Bowman, James S. (1984). Politics and Administration: Woodrow Wilson and American Public Administration. Public Administration and Public Policy. 22. New York: Dekker. ISBN 0-8247-7068-4
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