from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who opposes socialism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One opposed to the doctrines and practices of socialists or socialism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Opposed to the doctrines and practices of socialism.
Does "antisocialist" really expect us to believe that the Justice Department under Bush II was a "competent tribunal"?
Yes, "antisocialist," but note also that these rights, in the selfsame clause, are called
“Socialist” is what they always call me, too, erroneously—I am more of an antisocialist.
Believing them to be both anti-Semitic and antisocialist, Schneiderman resigned in 1914.
Although suspicious of their antisocialist position, Malkiel worked closely with the WTUL, signing up new members, speaking at meetings, and raising funds.
Perhaps he does not realize this is an antisocialist tract, along the lines of 1984 or BRAVE NEW WORLD.
Using Mao Tse-tung's thought, the sharpest and most powerful weapon, they fired fiercely at the anti-Party and antisocialist black line, swept away all monsters and demons and severely criticized all the old ideology and culture and all the old customs and habits, which, fostered by the exploiting classes, have poisoned the minds of the people for thousands of years.
A media campaign on the terrible antisocialist crimes being carried out in Czechoslovakia was intended to prepare the Soviet people for the idea of an invasion.
He forced the liberals to support an antisocialist law that outlawed meetings, organizations, and publications of socialists, communists, and democrats.
An attempt on William I's life gave Bismarck the opportunity to push for antisocialist legislation (Oct. 18, 1878) in an effort to neutralize another threat to his government.
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