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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In doing so, this interpretation allows us to square the sensibility of the conservative antisocialist interpretation with the fact that Orwell was a socialist.
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.
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.
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.
Kuyper's resilience and his retreats are well chronicled in this biography, which shows that Kuyper was not anti-Semitic, had some appreciation for Islamic education, was resolutely antisocialist (at least when Russia was concerned), and was not very progressive on apartheid.
51) Left without qualification, Thompson's commitment to "the people" might be assimilated either to an orthodox "Popular Frontism" or to an antisocialist populism.
A year later "having, in Mao's words, enticed the snakes (his critics and opponents) out of their holes, Mao launched an anti-rightist campaign in June, purging 550,000 intellectuals as anti-Party, antiSocialist rightists, most of whom were sent to the countryside and deprived of their jobs and civil rights.
Some Cuban-trained Grenadian doctors, like Terrence Marryshow, publicly spoke out against the post-invasion governments' antisocialist measures.
The French right, Catholic, antisemitic, fanatically anticommunist, and antisocialist, had a long history of grievances against the Republic, dating back to the French Revolution and peaking with the Dreyfus Affair.
If voter turnout does not change, and the electorate of Dogan's party follows the lead given in the presidential elections by the MRF leader, Yankova could win a further term; but it is equally true that GERB could muster sufficient anti-Yankova and antisocialist votes to place Melemov in the mayor's chair.
For example, as Robert von Hallberg has shown in "Libertarian Imagism," Donald Davie's oft-quoted pronouncement that "the development from imagism in poetry to fascism in politics is clear and unbroken" is undermined by imagism's "libertarian or antisocialist rather than protofascist" political engagements in the pre-WWI milieu.