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  • n. One who, or that which, nationalizes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who advocates nationalization, as of land, rail ways, etc Also spoiled nationaliser.


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  • And Geithner can relax, knowing nobody can call him a bank nationalizer or closet socialist.

    Benjamin R. Barber: Geithner Loves the Market so Give him Banking Vouchers

  • Surely, our current Commander In Chief -- Comrade Bush, the great nationalizer -- has proven that this is the height of lunacy.

    Michael B. Laskoff: $1 Trillion Bailout and The Medal of Freedom

  • The land-nationalizer, looking at rights of property purely from the point of view of the individual, denies the justice of this arrangement, and he sees no solution except this -- that the monopoly value should pass back to the community which creates it.


  • This value the land nationalizer contends is not created by the owner.


  • Dealer, wisher for a single payor option, nationalizer of General Motors and Chrysler, promoter of the most liberal of union causes, and yet he is not a liberal because some of his programs have not passed and he is reaching compromise on others. - News

  • As one sign asked of health-care nationalizer Obama at a Wyoming Tea Party, MEDICARE IS GOING BROKE, MEDICAID IS GOING BROKE, AND YOU WANT US TO BELIEVE WHAT?

    Bracing Brew

  • and perhaps point out that the professor ideas and social programming is closer to anti semite Nazi nationalizer Coughlins social justice, than the tea party is close to the John Birchers.

    Why all those SCOTUS Catholics and Jews?

  • "The self-appointed or State-appointed nationalizer, we would say with

    Catholic Problems in Western Canada


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