A matter of principle definition is a situation that requires something be done a certain way because one believes it is the only right way how to use a matter of principle in a sentence. Definition of as a matter of principle in the idioms dictionary as a matter of principle phrase what does as a matter of principle expression mean the police were locking up the demonstrators on principle first half of 1800s 3 on general principle for no special reason in general as in dean wont touch broccoli on general . A matter of principle by charles w chesnutt i what our country needs most in its treatment of the race problem observed mr cicero clayton at one of the monthly meetings of the blue vein society of which he was a prominent member is a clearer conception of the brotherhood of man. A matter of principle is a riveting memoir and a scathing account of a flawed justice system thirteen by steve cavanagh a dead bang beast of a book that expertly combines cavanaghs authority on the law with an absolutely great thrill ride books this ingenious dont come along very often. Above all this is a book about the interplay between two levels of our political consciousness practical problems and philosophical theory matters of urgency and matters of principle the concluding essay on press freedom expands the discussion of conflict between principle and policy into a warning
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