Definition of socialist in English:
A person who advocates or practices socialism.
- How should revolutionary socialists relate to reformist ideas and organisations?
- The title and presentation of this book will give it an appeal to many socialists and union activists.
- He always remained a revolutionary socialist despite the background he came from.
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Adhering to or based on the principles of socialism: the history of socialist movement
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- The second is the deepening employment crisis caused by the collapse of the old socialist industries.
- Will's own writings made his socialist ideas clear.
- The bombings may simply have brought thousands more socialist voters to the polls.
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- Initially, there existed not only Catholic, but also strong secular and socialistic tendencies in the Solidarity movement.
- We are living in an age in which all governments, regardless of the system of political and economic organization, whether interventionistic, socialistic, democratic or dictatorial, are occupying an economic command post.
- Academic economists - even some of those who call themselves ‘free market’ economists - have provided plenty of intellectual support for socialistic tax policies.
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- ‘As a socialistically oriented government, we would have come to a similar solution’, admitted Michel Rocard, one of the party heavyweights.
- The social consequences of the abrupt transition from the socialistically planned economy to the socially market economy were tremendous.
- It could create an economic environment not based on a supply and demand capitalistic nature, but on the premise of socialistically organized industry.
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