compulsionist

compulsionist

(kəmˈpʌlʃənɪst)
n
(Military) a believer in compulsion, esp a believer in obligatory military service
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Colonel h Court Repington, The Times military correspondent and compulsionist eminence grise, wrote privately that 'the Tory leaders fear compulsion because they fear to arm the people and prefer the better class TF ...
Yet most compulsionists asserted the cost-effectiveness of national service: Milner declared that 'of all forms of expenditure on defence it is the cheapest ...
The League did not use petitioning or intervention in elections, but compulsionists did utilize parliamentary bills as propaganda, largely thanks to the support for their cause from within the peerage.