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  • noun Plural form of marketeer.

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Examples

  • I'd say the biggest outright win for the free marketeers is the creation of FedEx, UPS and other private package delivery services.

    Where is the Failure?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Consider this as well; many of the most active people in UKIP are libertarian free marketeers which is not a bad thing in itself.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • We can get past the sales hype from the "marketeers" and into the realities of the classroom at work.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • We can get past the sales hype from the "marketeers" and into the realities of the classroom at work.

    Let the computer do what it does best

  • As the "marketeers" begin to understand the power of the blogosphere, we will see more and more such things happen as people link to us in order to get us to review / respond/ advocate.

    The List that Roared?

  • As the "marketeers" begin to understand the power of the blogosphere, we will see more and more such things happen as people link to us in order to get us to review / respond/ advocate.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • You are correct that am talkers are great "marketeers" but I don't think the Government with the resources behind it will need to market anything.

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  • Heck, even free marketeers will be upset with the WTO ruling, since labeling transparency allows the consumer to make the free choice as to what kind of product they want to buy without the government dictating the outcome.

    Dave Johnson: Trade Agreements Kill Jobs, Wages, Democracy

  • Free marketeers would have you believe that the market will correct this problem.

    Food-borne illness: Failure of Capitalism

  • Free marketeers would have you believe that the market will correct this problem.

    Archive 2010-03-01

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