Definition of redistributionism in English:



  • See redistributionist

    • ‘The central threat of redistributionism is that it attacks the very creative process that produces the material wealth that truly makes our lives better.’
    • ‘Of course, the triumph of redistributionism in Estonian politics is not just the result of the changing character of the Reform Party and its determined trampling on the very principles it stood for under its previous leader.’
    • ‘Only the Conference of the Religious in Ireland dares to poke its head above the parapet, and that is to preach radical-left redistributionism, not conservative-right dogma.’
    • ‘Apparently, the ownership society, free trade, charter schools, privatized social security etc., are simplistic, whereas a cradle-to-grave nanny state and eat-the-rich redistributionism is the height of intellectual attainment.’