Definition of Economic strangulation
1. Noun. Punishment of a group by cutting off commercial dealings with them. "The economic strangulation of the Jews by the Nazi Party"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Economic Strangulation
Literary usage of Economic strangulation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sovietism: The A B C of Russian Bolshevism--according to the Bolshevists by William English Walling (1920)
""economic strangulation"—the words, like all the expressions of this important letter of instructions, are deliberately and well chosen. ..."
2. The New York Times Current History (1916)
"... to consider the tightening of the blockade of the Central Powers and carrying as far as possible the present scheme of economic strangulation; second, ..."
3. The Fruits of Victory: A Sequel to "The Great Illusion," by Norman Angell (1921)
"The change may have been as unwarrantable and oppressive as you will, but it did not involve economic strangulation of the conquered peoples or any very ..."
4. The Morals of Economic Internationalism by John Atkinson Hobson (1920)
"For her it is a sentence of economic strangulation. Here is an extreme instance of the effect of economic isolation on a weak country. ..."
5. The Continental System: An Economic Interpretation by Eli Filip Heckscher, Harald Westergaard (1922)
"This precipitated both countries into a policy of economic strangulation which was destined to last for more than twenty years and soon to leave all its ..."
6. Treaty of Peace with Germany by Germany (1918- ), Germany (1918- ) Treaties, etc. 1918-, Allied and Associated Powers (1914-1920), United States Congress Senate, Germany, etc. 1918 Treaties, June 28 Treaty with Germany, 1919 (1919)
"She would have no outlet to the sea and, with no natural boundaries, would be condemned to economic strangulation by her selfish and imperialistic neighbors ..."
7. Treaty of Peace with Germany by Germany (1918- ), Germany (1918- ) Treaties, etc. 1918-, Allied and Associated Powers (1914-1920), United States Congress Senate, Germany, etc. 1918 Treaties, June 28 Treaty with Germany, 1919 (1919)
"economic strangulation by her selfish and imperialistic neighbors. Is Hungary, which played a subordinate part in the great drama, to be puni»hod eight ..."