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- [1885–90] Late 19th century
- Having the principles, doctrine, or system of corporative organization of a political unit, as a city or state.
corporatist (plural corporatists)
- A proponent of corporatism.
2007 November 4, Matt Bai, “Home-Office Politics”, in New York Times:
- This may be because, for Democrats in the Bush era, accepting changes in the workplace is considered tantamount to siding with Bushian corporatists.
- corporate nationalism 1
- corporate police state 1
- corporatocracy 1
- crony capitalism 1
- economic fascism 1
- national syndicalism 1
- neofeudalism 1