Definition of Capitalisms

1. Noun. (plural of capitalism) ¹



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Definition of Capitalisms

1. capitalism [n] - See also: capitalism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capitalisms

capital operation
capital punishment
capital punishments
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Literary usage of Capitalisms

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1. Sea-Changes: American foreign policy in a world transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos (1990)
"All capitalisms will be impelled to accumulate capital, but their business realms will do so with different time horizons and thresholds of acceptable ..."

2. After Social Democracy: Politics, Capitalism and the Common Life by John Gray (1996)
"Of course, European capitalisms possess common features distinguishing them from American and East-Asian capitalisms and from the anarcho-capitalisms that ..."

3. Labor and the Common Welfare by Samuel Gompers (1919)
"... to prevent the socialism which is being born in Russia as well as in Germany and Austria, from being crushed by coalitions of foreign capitalisms. ..."

4. States, Markets, and Just Growth: Development in the Twenty-first Century by Atul Kohli, Chung-in Moon, Georg Sørensen (2003)
"Stallings, Barbara and Wolfgang Streeck. 1995. “Capitalisms in Conflict? The United States, Europe, and Japan in the Post-Cold War World. ..."

5. The Fruits of Victory: A Sequel to "The Great Illusion," by Norman Angell (1921)
"... we must look much more to rival nationalisms than to rival capitalisms ; not to hatreds that are the outgrowth of a real conflict of interests, ..."

6. British Labor and the War: Reconstructors for a New World by Paul Underwood Kellogg, Arthur Gleason (1919)
"Eugene V. Debs, many times Socialist Party candidate for President, and an outspoken critic of the war as a struggle of competing capitalisms, was convicted ..."

7. Introduction to the Study of Economics by Charles Jesse Bullock (1908)
"... Railroad Transportation, 63-145; HOBSON, Evolution of Modern Capitalisms, 88-166 ; JEANS, Trusts, Pools, and Corners ; JOHNSON'S Universal Cyclopaedia, ..."

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