"His campaign adds to the continued factionalization " of the GOP.
This led to the factionalization of Liberia,
The IFTU suffered from internal factionalization as trade unions from Nazi Germany came close to dominating it during the 1930s.
The factionalization of the party accelerated after a new Manifesto was passed in 1958, proposing new ways of achieving communist goals.
So far, there's been no factionalization on the Rangers, probably because the spiritual slackers are such a small minority.
Banning all religious and political statements from userpages would discourage factionalization, protect users from being typecast and help us all get along.
Metaxas imposed his regime primarily to fight the turbulent social situation prevalent in Greece in the 1930s, in which political factionalization had disrupted Greek parliamentary democracy.
The fight over Ms . Messinger's endorsement was the latest example of the increasing factionalization of New York politics, and the rising power of different political constituencies.
Although they played an important part in the 1979 overthrow of the regime, they had been weakened considerably by government repression and factionalization in the first half of the 1970s.
Getting people to show due diligence before nominating or discussing an article is a bit more difficult, but snide remarks and votestacking are more likely to promote factionalization than actually help.