from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. nonelective government officials; same as bureaucracy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Government by bureaus; officialism: as, Russian bureaucratism.
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- n. nonelective government officials
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It is the effort to put an end to the phenomenon or to the vice of bureaucratism, this is to say that which we call bureaucratism, which is that hypertrophy of the administrative offices, of that accumulation of bureaucratic jobs of that type.
The plan to battle bureaucratism, which is being carried out in the best manner possible and overall with the aim of using all surplus personnel who have been placed in certain (Castro fails to complete thought -- ed.).
It is important to note, however, that the language of perestroika rooting out "bureaucratism" was used here to suppress protests.
"bureaucratism", which he then believed pervaded the CCP to such a degree that it was creating
We get expanding bureaucratism with social justice accessories.
Finally, EPA proves one of the fundamental laws of bureaucratism.
This movement attempted to transform radically the very consciousness of the Chinese people, to keep alive the revolution begun by Mao, to attack bureaucratism and complacency among Communist cadres and officials, and ultimately to revolutionize the nature of China's state and society.
The government of the PRC commenced the three-anti campaign to wipe out waste, corruption, and bureaucratism.
An heroic revolution can, in the short space of twenty years, become mired in elitism, bureaucratism and corruption.
It is necessary to more diligently improve mass political work in labor collectives and the population react quickly to their needs and requests, and root out bureaucratism and red tape.