collectivise


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bring under collective control

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The manner in which a union is organised or the original impulse to collectivise that informs the union often determines its ideological positioning.
So why then, when we collectivise ourselves as a society, do we do so much harm and damage to the world?
Tuhiwai Smith problematises the use of the term "indigenous" in the introduction and acknowledges that this term appears to collectivise many vastly different experiences.
Then the city suffered from the dead hand of socialist central planning and a disastrous attempt to collectivise southern Vietnam's agriculture after communist forces defeated the US-backed Saigon regime in 1975.
To this end, he decided to collectivise agriculture where the land was marginal.
Vietnam started towards economic reform in the late 1980s following a disastrous attempt to collectivise the whole country after the Vietnam War ended in 1975.
In what Newt Gingrich, the speaker of the United States House of Representatives, has described as "an extraordinary experiment" and an "extraordinary gamble" all the countries of the EU, with the exception only of Denmark, Sweden and the UK, will now proceed to collectivise their economies.