The highly supportive attitudes and activities of boosters: "the civic pride and heady boosterism that often accompany rising property values” ( New York). (noun)
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Use "boosterism" in a sentence
"Evidently, statin boosterism is just as rampant among British cardiologists."
"Several people who know Kristol describe his Palin boosterism — his very public campaign to persuade John McCain to put her on the Republican ticket — as a schoolboy-like infatuation, sparked when a Weekly Standard cruise docked in Juneau."
"I'm not sure that sort of overeager boosterism is really necessary, though he certainly does share some overlapping qualities with those creators."