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social-democratic

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to the Social Democrats; characterized by or founded on the principles of the social democracy: as, social-democratic agitation.

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Examples

  • If, however, many economic sectors are in considerable measure monopolized and run by oligopolies, while some others are more competitive sectors; if, that is, there is a “mixed” economy even in the United States, and not just in the so-called social-democratic countries, then a rather different model of the economy is needed, and much of prevailing economic analysis and policy recommendations must be reformulated.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • If, however, many economic sectors are in considerable measure monopolized and run by oligopolies, while some others are more competitive sectors; if, that is, there is a “mixed” economy even in the United States, and not just in the so-called social-democratic countries, then a rather different model of the economy is needed, and much of prevailing economic analysis and policy recommendations must be reformulated.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Margaret Thatcher ran against the unions, against the social-democratic programs, and she beat Labour.

    The Good Fight

  • Margaret Thatcher ran against the unions, against the social-democratic programs, and she beat Labour.

    The Good Fight

  • Margaret Thatcher ran against the unions, against the social-democratic programs, and she beat Labour.

    The Good Fight

  • Some even believe that decline offers us a better future, in the model of our relatively pacifist social-democratic allies.

    Peace Doesn't Keep Itself

  • The new Germany, though liberated from the chains of the Cold War, is like a mighty Sweden: social-democratic to the core, inward-looking, and as aggressive as a sloth.

    Those Reassuringly Dull Germans

  • That's because the party has welded itself forever to the public-sector unions, as the social-democratic parties have in Europe (see the current wave of national strikes in Spain and France).

    The Only Policy Left: Growth

  • They never dipped to the lowest-low level, but over the years these secular, social-democratic states buoyed their fertility rates almost to replacement levels.

    The U.N.'s Imaginary Babies

  • Europe beat us to the social-democratic welfare state, but at the moment they look like they may also point the way out of it.

    The Folly Of Higher Education Subsidies

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