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a supporter of corporatism

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Most corporatists could care less about "God, guns, and gays" or even women's reproductive rights except for how their internal corporate stance on these issues attracts customers and gets we're-good-to-the-gays ratings.
Furthermore, as to the development of indigenous innovation, Phelps concludes that the relatively corporatist economies performed less robustly because they lacked the economic institutions and culture to "enable, stimulate, and spur experimenting, exploring and trying things.
In the next section, he sets forth the corporatist enemies of modern capitalism.
The costs of corporatism are visible all around us: dysfunctional corporations that survive despite their gross inability to serve their customers; sclerotic economies with slow output growth, a dearth of engaging work, scant opportunities for young people; governments bankrupted by their efforts to palliate these problems; and increasing concentration of wealth in the hands of those connected enough to be on the right side of the corporatist deal.
The media bends over backwards to avoid being called liberal by featuring many corporatist or rightwing think tank views.
aligns Dodd with the business commonwealth corporatists.
The NRA's leaders were committed corporatists who sought to replace what was seen as an individualistic, selfish, hyper-competitive system with a system built around concerted activity under government supervision.
The CFR global corporatists have been only too happy to accommodate these appeals to expand the transgovernmental jurisdiction of the WTO.
The real haters of how America works - the right-wingers on corporatized talk radio shows when they're not auditioning for favor with Murdoch of ``19th Century Fox'' to sell their books or futures in hate radio - owe their jobs to the same affirmative action that promoted the careers of Bush and Cheney and corporatists who support the scariest agenda ever presented to dupe the American people.
the privatization of resources and institutions for the financial gain of corporatists.
More often than not, nationalists, revolutionary syndicalists, and technocratic corporatists were at one another's throats, moderated and restrained by Mussolini and his distinctive personal agenda.
Then the corporatists are usually able to block even modest positive measures in areas like a patients' bill of rights or campaign finance reform, but they are less able to ram through the corporate wish list.
For one thing, the globalists are actually global corporatists.
When their dominance is threatened, corporatists offer concessions on minor issues as a means to coopt challengers.