anticapitalist love

Definitions

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  • n. One who subscribes to anticapitalism.
  • adj. Against or opposed to capitalism.

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Examples

  • And it broadly defines these extremists as including people who embrace some components of "anticapitalist" or "antiglobalization" ideas.

    Us Too

  • May Day in Berlin has been marred by "anticapitalist" violence for more than two decades now.

    Mayday for Capitalism

  • One of the leaders of the movement is the New Anticapitalist Party (Nouveau Parti Anticapitaliste) - the first political party in the world with 'anticapitalist' in the name.

    Countercurrents.org

  • "anticapitalist" as an umbrella term for the marchers currently bringing London to a standstill and forcing bankers to wear sneakers to work.

    FP Passport

  • Some scholars even argue that the great strike wave was a moment of revolutionary, anticapitalist potential in the United States.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • This same anticapitalist, antibusiness protest mentality is at work on a statewide basis in the capitals of California, New York, Illinois, etc.

    Occupiers Successful! (In Destroying Jobs)

  • Does this anticapitalist stance create one new job?

    Is the NLRB Pushing South Carolina Out of the Union?

  • The Paris Stock Exchange's biggest company by market capitalization, the oil major has long been the target of rhetoric from disgruntled politicians and anticapitalist activists.

    Showing His Dunkirk Spirit During Tough Political Times

  • Moreover, surveys do not suggest that “ancient authoritarian traditions” or anticapitalist collectivism have much influence over russians today.

    The Return

  • A primary reason for the lower-risk temperament of developing-country investors is that equity owners have been burned repeatedly when political change ushers in anticapitalist regimes and tax policies.

    Equity Markets Need a Seismic Shift in Washington

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