nonsocialist

nonsocialist

(ˌnɒnˈsəʊʃəlɪst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is not a socialist
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not socialist
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Their primary desire was to eradicate nonegalitarian, nonsocialist elements from Soviet society.
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.
9) For their part, these four texts reveal more about the dissolution of socialist belief than about the adoption of nonsocialist ideas; indeed, the beliefs and behaviors that followed disillusionment with socialism are often left unclear by the authors, sometimes intentionally but sometimes not.
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.
It would have been valuable to contrast this tendency to minimize nonsocialist opposition with a debate between Andrzej Friszke (who shares the position of Skorzynski) and the late Professor Tomasz Strzembosz, who eloquently spoke on behalf of many nonsocialist groups and forms of opposition that strove for more democracy and fought for human and political rights against the ruling communist party (see T.
Nevertheless, and despite the fact that once the debate was concluded public support for NATO across the political spectrum was consistently strong, Norwegian governments, whether socialist or nonsocialist, had throughout the Cold War to balance carefully between policies of deterrence against and reassurance of the Soviet Union, and between integration with and screening against NATO.
comprises an explicit attempt to occupy the centre ground permanently, to de-link the social democratic party from trade unions and to adopt a more 'pragmatic/ technocratic image' modelled on the US Democratic Party as a progressive nonsocialist catch-all party.
Established stereotypes easily spilled into the assessment of anti-Semitism and into debates about the collaboration with nonsocialist papers.