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1 Mr Clegg's overall argument is that Labour's ingrained statism has failed.
2 But this by no means implies that the new regime is libertarian or that its own statism should not be opposed and combated by the Cambodian people.
3 the thought according to the respective social contract, Hobbes and Locke have formed the statism theory and the limited government theory separately.
4 The statism thought of peace, democracy and culture which they initiate has the reasonable valuable positive value, is the important resources in the Chinese modern nationalism thinking history.
5 His constitution and regime theory, the statism of citizens protection as well as the power of check and balance theory have played a pivotal function in the modern Chinas constitutional practice.
6 welfare statism model cannot solve the difficulty when the Chinese current higher education cost share system changes from by the family to by the nation.
7 To reduce this, the Chinese leadership must recognise that greater statism neither brings long-term benefits to China nor will be easily tolerated by the west.
8 While Chinese media should avoid nationalism and statism in their reports of European countries.
9 However, this definition has the same shortcomings as the definition based on anti-authoritarianism (which is an a posteriori conclusion), anti-statism (anarchism is much more than that) and etymology (which is simply a negation of a ruler).
10 In politics, she condemned the initiation of force as immoral and opposed collectivism and statism as well as anarchism, instead supporting laissez-faire capitalism, which she defined as the system based on recognizing individual rights, including property rights.
11 She opposed statism, which she understood to include theocracy, absolute monarchy, Nazism, fascism, communism, democratic socialism, and dictatorship.
12 Joy was also criticized by The American Spectator, which characterized Joy's essay as a (possibly unwitting) rationale for statism.
13 It negates man's fundamental right—the right to life—and establishes the fundamental principle of statism: that a man's life belongs to the state, and the state may claim it by compelling him to sacrifice it in battle."
14 The resulting statism is "based on this triple hypothesis: the total inertness of mankind, the omnipotence of the law, and the infallibility of the legislator".
15 Thus, individualist anarchism was an alternative both to the increasing statism of the mainstream socialist movement, and to a classical liberal movement that was moving toward a mere apologetic for the power of big business".
16 Thus, individualist anarchism was an alternative both to the increasing statism of the mainstream socialist movement, and to a classical liberal movement that was moving toward a mere apologetic for the power of big business."
17 The 1920s saw a political shift towards statism, the passing of laws against political dissent, and a series of attempted coups.
18 Anarchism posed an early challenge to the vanguardism and statism it detected in important sectors of the socialist movement.
19 Murray Rothbard, representing the Austrian School of economics, describes it this way: Mercantilism, which reached its height in the Europe of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, was a system of statism which employed economic fallacy to build up a structure of imperial state power, as well as special subsidy and monopolistic privilege to individuals or groups favored by the state.
20 Scholar Brian Reynolds Myers views North Korea's actual ideology as a Korean ethnic nationalism similar to statism in Shōwa Japan and European fascism.
21 Some of the qualities that characterize integral nationalism are anti-individualism, statism, radical extremism, and aggressive-expansionist militarism.
22 "In the transition to statism, every infringement of human rights has begun with a given right's least attractive practitioners".
23 With the rising of statism in Shōwa Japan, the Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy implemented swords called shin and kaiguntō, which were worn tachi style (cutting edge down).
24 One time I asked Professor von Mises, the great expert on the economics of socialism, at what point on this spectrum of statism would he designate a country as "socialist" or not.
25 Many of the strained relations between non-governmental and governmental organizations results from statism, a bias against non-state organizations on the part of government entities.
26 From 1870 until his death in 1876, Bakunin wrote his longer works such as Statism and Anarchy and God and the State, but he continued to directly participate in European worker and peasant movements.
27 The perpetrator powers tend to get support by core constituencies that favour combinations of nationalism, statism and violence.
28 This, coupled with growing Sunni disillusionment with what Hinnebusch calls "the regime's mixture of statism, rural and sectarian favouritism, corruption and new inequalities", fueled the growth of the Islamic movement.
29 Another symptom of the crisis was statism in foreign trade.
30 Veganarchists typically view oppressive dynamics within society to be interconnected, from statism, racism and sexism to human supremacy and redefine veganism as a radical philosophy that sees the state as harmful to animals.