from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to reciprocity; specifically, pertaining to or growing out of a reciprocity of commercial privileges between two governments.
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He held the mildly reciprocitarian views in which he followed Mill and expanded
I have always been a reciprocitarian to this extent, and was always backed in using such arguments by Chamberlain, who held the same view in a still stronger form.
'At this moment I was showing my disregard for the old Free-Trade notions in which I had been brought up by my grandfather, and my preference for reciprocitarian views, by carefully keeping back all grievances with the countries with which we were negotiating upon commercial matters, in order that they might be thrown in in the course of the negotiations.