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Definition of Interventionist
1. [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Interventionist
Literary usage of Interventionist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Guild Socialism: An Historical and Critical Analysis by Niles Carpenter (1922)
""THE IDEALIST AND interventionist REACTION" AGAINST INDUSTRIALISM.81 It is often necessary, in studying a social movement, to take into account ..."
2. The Labor Problem and the Social Catholic Movement in France: A Study in the by Parker Thomas Moon (1921)
"The " interventionist" group includes several schools. The Social Catholic school is interventionist in that it asks the state ..."
3. State, Markets, and Just Growth: Development in the Twenty-First Century by Atul Kohli, Chung-in Moon, Georg Sørensen (2003)
"The interventionist welfare state developed only under resource-abundant, ... In much of the developing world, however, a highly interventionist state is ..."
4. Remaking the Argentine Economy by Felipe A. M. de la Balze (1995)
"The Functional Crisis of the interventionist State Argentina's adversarial stance ... The interventionist state replaces the mechanisms of the market in the ..."
5. State of the Nation: South Africa 2003-2004 by John Daniel, Adam Habib, Roger Southall (2004)
"As the threat developed, so South Africa assumed an interventionist response ... Less direct and interventionist was South Africa's response to the wars in ..."
6. New Visions for Canadian Business: Strategies for Competing in the Global by Alan M. Rugman, Joseph R. DCruz (1990)
"The other set adopts a somewhat more interventionist position, advocating that ... The Report recommends a highly interventionist role for government in ..."
7. International Relations: Eight Lectures Delivered in the United States in by James Bryce Bryce (1922)
"... and they illustrate the evils to which both interventionist and Non-interventionist policies are exposed when civilized and semi- civilized States come ..."