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1 Much of its economics and legal philosophy reflect anti-authoritarian, anti-statist, libertarian and radical interpretations of left-wing and socialist politics such as collectivism, communism, individualism, mutualism and syndicalism, among other libertarian socialist economic theories.
2 The industry became so sophisticated that its economics became a separate area of academic study.
3 Defined in this way, libertarian socialism in the contemporary political mainstream is distinguished from modern social democracy and democratic socialism principally by its political decentralism rather than by its economics.
4 Wood's son, O.J. Wood, played a leading role in the shaping of the community and its economics.
5 The university is especially well known for its economics, history, chemistry and mathematician researches and studies.
6 Basilan's politics has been dictated by its economics.
7 Cable has criticised the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn, referring to its economics as "Venezuelan" and believes it is now dominated by "anti-capitalist zealots".
8 Its economics and community were boosted by the building of a causeway in 1962.