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cen·tral·ism

 (sĕn′trə-lĭz′əm)
n.
Concentration of power and authority in a central organization, as in a political system.

cen′tral·ist n.
cen′tral·is′tic adj.
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Adj.1.centralist - advocating centralization
Translations

centralist

[ˈsentrəlɪst] ADJcentralista

centralist

[ˈsɛntrəlɪst]
adj [state] → centraliste
ncentraliste mf

centralist

adj (esp Pol) → zentralistisch
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Stringham acutely notes the isomorphism between legal centralism and central planning, remarking, "Just as the central planner assumes that without property rights, prices, profits, and markets the government can engage in rational economic calculation, the legal centralist assumes that government, a monopolist legal and regulatory system, can effectively weigh the effects of each rule to prevent problems in markets" (p.
He saw the divide between a centralist constitutional monarchy and a liberal federal republic.
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We have to establish another institution responsible only for the planning and coordination of our higher education system rather than a prohibiting, tutelary and centralist tool of indoctrination and ideological conflict.
He is of a centralist disposition and believes that "the State" (or its subsidiary, Kirklees Council) should wield power over the people.