antiworker

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anti- +‎ worker

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antiworker (comparative more antiworker, superlative most antiworker)

  1. (politics) Opposing workers.
    • 2009 September 13, Steven Greenhouse, “Labor Leader Is Stepping Down Both Proud and Frustrated”, in New York Times[1]:
      Sitting in his conference room, which looks across Lafayette Park to the White House, he said, “We had eight years of an antiworker administration,” a comment on the years under Mr. Bush.

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