corruptionist


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cor·rup·tion·ist

 (kə-rŭp′shə-nĭst)
n.
One who defends or practices corruption, particularly in politics.
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corruptionist

a person who practices or advocates corruption, especially in politics or public life.
See also: Crime, Politics
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But they lived to see the triumph of their "merit system" result not in the retrenchment of government, but in its acceleration, and not in the triumph of themselves, but of the brash politicians and corruptionists they despised (Rothbard 1995, 74; see also Rothbard 2017, 123-24, 203-04).