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  • noun Plural form of nonsocialist.

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Examples

  • A new coalition government of Socialists and nonsocialists was formed by former Premier Karjalainen.

    1969

  • Insurance benefits, limited to contributions, were stringently restricted, and while there were fierce arguments between socialists and nonsocialists about the imposition of a “means test” on those in receipt

    WELFARE STATE

  • Vollmar concluded by saying: "Antimilitarist propaganda will make it impossible for the socialist in parliament to continue to assert that socialists fulfil their military duties no less patriotically than nonsocialists, and that for this reason it is unjust to subject them to exceptional treatment."

    Political Parties; a Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy

  • In many instances, in fact, reformism is no more than the theoretical expression, of the scepticism of the disillusioned, of the outwearied, of those who have lost their faith; it is the socialism of nonsocialists with a socialist past.

    Political Parties; a Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy

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