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  • noun Plural form of protectionist.


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  • Feminists appeared to split into two camps, the so-called protectionists vs. the free-speech advocates.

    Archives de la Stan

  • DOBBS: Each of you is keenly aware of the political value-laden charge you would call protectionists because you want to save American jobs.

    CNN Transcript Apr 27, 2004

  • Neither are "protectionists," as the memo in question affirms.

    Hillary Hits Obama Over Latest Obama NAFTA Story

  • At the heart of the nation's industrial decline are free trade zealots who content themselves with condemning their critics as "protectionists," rather than considering the need for policies that would address the depths of the problem.

    Marco Trbovich: Obama's Industrial Challenge

  • While he claims to still support free trade, it appears to me that his advisers have made him try to pander to the paranoid xenophobic antimarket beliefs of "protectionists" (better described as aggressionists).

    Rereading Ron Paul's Freedom Under Siege

  • The Big Lie is in full force today and so "protectionists" are akin to communists.

    Free trade... try Democratic Trade

  • There are a lot of "protectionists" including Mumia by Michael Collins on Monday, Jun 2, 2008 at 7: 03: 54 PM speaking too soon. by Pappy on Tuesday, Jun 3, 2008 at 12: 02: 36 AM

    When The State Attacks (FLDS Raid)

  • The conventional wisdom is that there are huge gains from trade, but since benefits are not so visible and are dispersed among many consumers, "protectionists" who might lose jobs prevail against the public interest.

    Mark Weisbrot: Why the "Free Trade" Agenda is Losing Steam

  • The Prime Minister will hit out at 'protectionists' who see Turkey as an 'economic threat'.

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  • Prime Minister Harper and Minister of Finance Flaherty, who until recently promoted further deregulation of our financial sector and led the sneering attacks on "protectionists" and "socialists," now brag about Canada's independent banking and financial institutions.


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