nonsocialist

nonsocialist

(ˌnɒnˈsəʊʃəlɪst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is not a socialist
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not socialist
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* An Alliance minority government (four nonsocialist parties), with the more or less tacit support of SD, has been the main proposal of the Conservatives, the leading party in the Alliance.
In mid-June, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee accepted Nehru's proposal to invite Zhou Enlai to visit India, indicating China's determination to develop relations with nonsocialist countries such as India (CFMA no.
Radio Free Asia reported that the government was also cracking down on "nonsocialist" behavior, policing haircuts that were deemed to not be a good match for socialism.
Nonsocialist foods almost never appeared in these columns.
Their primary desire was to eradicate nonegalitarian, nonsocialist elements from Soviet society.
From Gunnar Grendstad et al.'s study, we learn that Norwegian Supreme Court justices appointed by social democratic governments are significantly more likely to find for the litigant pursuing a "public economic interest" than are their nonsocialist counterparts.
It was foretold by the surprising rise to bestseller status of Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century, by the success of the Fight for 15 movement in prompting cities and states to raise the minimum wage, and by two movements (in themselves, nonsocialist, but nonetheless radicalizing) of the minority young: the Dreamers, demanding citizenship for undocumented immigrants, and Black Lives Matter, demanding an end to discriminatory criminal justice.
Many students of Hitler's Germany, including such popular nonsocialist writers as Alan Bullock (1971), began taking it for granted.
(1970), Socialist and Nonsocialist Industrialization Patterns, Praeger, New York.
Yet, in a country ruled by a powerful revolutionary party dedicated to eradicating nonsocialist activities, existing accounts do not provide a satisfying explanation of how the private economy survived the Mao period in some places (Liu 1992).
On the other hand, two ruling governments during the crisis--one nonsocialist and one socialist--succeeded in making the public sector much more effective.
Since Gronlund's utopia did not take the disguise of romance and read more like a tract, no mainstream (nonsocialist) publisher picked it up for publication.