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control of a state or organization by large interest groups

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The economic system that actually evolved over the following decades bore only a slight resemblance to the corporativist ideal.
Two things would have prevented him from adhering to the Roman Catholic dictator's authoritarian and corporativist regime: his declared liberal conservatism, including 'liberal nationalism' for which he was trying to work out a theoretical basis in several of his unpublished texts of the 1930s, and his anti-Catholicism, to which he remained faithful all his life.
Other successful cases are sometimes characterized as democracies still tainted by their state corporativist legacies, for instance Taiwan and South Korea.
Rodriguez uses the metaphor of ants defending an anthill to describe the corporativist attitude of the clergy when one of its members is accused.
A deprovincialized literature would succeed in combining the realities of the province, nation, and continent, and would reject the hegemony of the corporativist state, with its patterns of complicity between large landholders, industrialists, politicians, and the professional elite.
All fascists will find [here that] only the corporativist conception of fascism reconciles the interests of the individual with those of the collectivity represented by the state.
Zweig visited Brazil in the 1930s, at the height of Vargas's first presidency and, as Back has shown in Guerra de 30, during his implementation of many corporativist social policies that will allow for some attribution of filo-Naziism on his part.
These unions were headed by PRI-approved leaders who guaranteed their workers' votes in return for economic favors and political positions in a corporativist system that, by and large, kept labor stable and disciplined.
Though he tends toward the notion that the New Deal continued the tradition of progressive reform and that to some degree it embraced the corporativist tendencies of the 1920s, some New Dealers maintained that the broad outlines of a program of federal intervention had been conceived of during the waning days of the Hoover administration.
For example, Giancarlo Pellegrini examines what Ferrarese professors had to say about corporativism and corporativist law in the 1930s.
Its political culture remains singularly attached to paternalistic and corporativist ways of doing business.