Sample sentence: (may not be factually true) "The American Federation of Labor ___ campaigned for higher wages throughout its existence."
Words like "intently" don't embody what I'm looking for; they don't connote industry towards a singular goal; and they have the extra meaning of eagerness and attention (human qualities), while the word I am looking for should be used with like a nonhuman actor like a business.
"Singularly" does not work because it means something else entirely, but if it didn't it sounds like it would work.
"Specifically" and "precisely" don't work because time-wise they seem perfective, like a single point in time, while the adverb I'm looking for should describe a process or otherwise something happening over a long period of time. And "—used to indicate the exact identity, purpose, or use of something" says "purpose", like a passive quality, while I want a "goal", something that is able to be achieved (and so there should exist someone achieving it).
"Resolutely" does not work because it has that extra "determined" and "unwavering" flavor, and it seems like it is a human quality. And having a single goal does not mean you are "marked by firm determination"
I want something that means "concentratedly" like "focus one's attention or mental effort on a particular object or activity." (from Google) or "targetedly" like "select as an object of attention" (also from Google). Related phrases: "focus on", "devote oneself to"
It should also contain "solely" or "uniquely".