antisocialist

antisocialist

(ˌæntɪˈsəʊʃəlɪst)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics a person opposed to socialism
2. a person averse to sociality
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics opposed to socialism
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When an incident of illegal trade of a so-called slogan tree (2) took place in Yonsa-gun of North Hamgyong province in July 2007, Kim Jong-il finally recognized that the expansion of markets was causing antisocialist phenomena--such as materialism, individualism, and anticollectivism--and that these phenomena were rapidly penetrating North Korean society.
A Voice from China': Ha Jin and the Cultural Politics of Antisocialist Realism.
He had a rather authoritarian, antisocialist vision of democracy in Germany, and he was willing to put the press to the use of state power and of conservative politics.
In the previews, the Yiddish press was divided between those who liked it and those from the antisocialist Yiddish press, who did not.
Without doubt, in the West Riding there existed a strong element for which he could find no better word than antisocialist pacifism.
1) Foner is right to point out that Ryan sought to expropriate Rerum Novarum on behalf of his own political sympathies, but through this glossing over of the unmistakable antisocialist thrust of Leo's encyclical, American readers are left with the impression that Rerum Novarum contains no denunciation of the socialist tendencies of the labor movement in the United States and elsewhere.
Racial overtones intermingled with anglophove and antisocialist, anti-democratic sentiments to make Treitsche the most effective apologist of the Wilhelmine period": Berger (1997).
She is reviled like no other because of these antisocialist endeavors, but if it weren't for Maggie, Britain today would be another Italy, or even a Greece.
religious, politically conservative, and antisocialist than its European
Motion pictures with strong pro-American, patriotic, capitalist, antisocialist, anti-Communist, and antistatist content and values make much more money per film than those with strong anti-American, anti-patriotic, welfare statist, Marxist, secular, atheist, leftist, radical feminist, and/or very strong perverse content or values reflecting an anti-human view.
She points out that "Italian Fascism was the model and inspiration for violent nationalist, antidemocratic, antisocialist, and anticommunist movements" across much of Europe (1).
10) Soviet dissidents may have embraced the political values of democracy, human and civil rights, the rule of law, freedom of expression, and freedom of access to information, but they did not necessarily aim to undermine socialism's core political values and should not be seen exclusively as "oppositional" or antisocialist.