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  • noun Plural form of nationaliser.

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Examples

  • In a word, the now obvious difficulty, delay and loss in restarting the industry, once stopped, under whatever auspices, might well give pause to enthusiastic nationalisers.

    Oil, Power Politics and the Arab Awakening

  • Yet land nationalisers seem to be prepared to treat as sacred the landlords 'claim to private property in capital acquired by thefts of this kind, although they will not hear of their claim to property in land.

    British Socialism An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals

  • The position is so glaringly absurd and the proposed attempt to discriminate between the capital value and the land value of estates is so futile, that it seems almost certain that the land nationalisers will go as far as the Socialists.

    British Socialism An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals

  • The landlord compels the worker to convert his land into a railway, his fen into a drained level, his barren seaside waste into a fashionable watering-place, his mountain into a tunnel, his manor park into a suburb full of houses let on repairing leases; and lo! he has escaped the land nationalisers; his land is now become capital and is sacred.

    British Socialism An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals

  • [These articles stirred up critics of every sort and kind; socialists who denounced him as an individualist, land nationalisers who had not realised the difference between communal and national ownership, or men who denounced him as an arm-chair cynic, careless of the poor and ignorant of the meaning of labour.

    The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

  • [These articles stirred up critics of every sort and kind; socialists who denounced him as an individualist, land nationalisers who had not realised the difference between communal and national ownership, or men who denounced him as an arm-chair cynic, careless of the poor and ignorant of the meaning of labour.

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 3

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