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stat·ism

 (stā′tĭz′əm)
n.
The practice or doctrine of giving a centralized government control over economic planning and policy.

stat′ist adj. & n.

statism

(ˈsteɪtɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the theory or practice of concentrating economic and political power in the state, resulting in a weak position for the individual or community with respect to the government

stat•ism

(ˈsteɪ tɪz əm)

n.
the principle or policy of concentrating extensive economic and political controls in the state.
[1915–20; translation of French étatisme]
stat′ist, n., adj.

statism, stateism

1. the principle of concentrating major political and economic controls in the state.
2. the support of the sovereignty of the state. — statist, n., adj.
See also: Government
Translations
Etatismus
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