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It has also shifted from supporting economic interventionism to the free market.
Rothbard opposed military, political, and economic interventionism in the affairs of other nations.
The effects of government economic interventionism are widely disputed.
Economic interventionism is any activity, beyond the basic regulation of fraud, undertaken by a central government in an effort to affect a country's economy.
Today, Roosevelt is criticized by conservatives and right libertarians for his extensive economic interventionism.
They anticipated a libertarian society with "no taxation, welfare, subsidies, or any form of economic interventionism."
The party economic ideology has always accepted the need for some welfare spending, pragmatic economic interventionism and general Keynesian economic policy.
The organization identifies with Christian principles, seeks to limit governmental powers, and opposes wealth redistribution, and economic interventionism.
Many modern liberals are inclined to support this agenda, seeing state economic interventionism as an important means of achieving wealth redistribution or other social engineering goals.
Economic interventionism (sometimes state interventionism) is an economic position favoring interventions in the market in the public interest on behalf of the government.
Economic interventionism, inflationism, worldwide police activity and obsession about drugs with disregard for civil liberties, are endorsed by Democrats and Republicans alike.
It occurred partly due to the aid and assistance of the United States, but chiefly due to the economic interventionism of the Japanese government.
Today, the HSS considers itself among other center European political parties that advocate pro-agrarian policies and greater economic interventionism by the state.
A believer in economic interventionism, he was one of the most important advisors to the provincial government during the 1960s, playing an important behind-the-scenes role in the Quiet Revolution.
He advocated Economic interventionism government policy, by which governments would use fiscal and monetary measures to mitigate the adverse effects of business cycles, economic recessions, and depression (economics).
However, his activity was hindered by Richard Riedl, Energy Minister and clear proponent of economic interventionism, leaving only matters of secondary importance to Wieser's jurisdiction.
The relationship between McLay and Muldoon deteriorated further as McLay outlined a major departure from Muldoon's economic interventionism economic policies.
With Foster, he was one of the leading pre-Keynesian economists, in the underconsumptionist tradition, advocating similar issues to Keynes such as the paradox of thrift and economic interventionism.
It must be fierce about preserving Nehru's creed of secularism, but equally fierce about ditching the failed policies of economic interventionism and self-sufficiency that he attached to it.
At the same time the book offers a critique of economic interventionism, industrial central planning, the welfare state and world government, denouncing the trends of the Western Allies towards the total state.
A de-flabbed economic interventionism that accepts government can do big things less by bailing out our failure than by setting standards, tone and direction, embracing the values of thrift, community and self-help.
Economic interventionism asserts that the state has a legitimate or necessary role within the framework of a capitalist economy by intervening in markets, attempting to promote economic growth and trying to enhance employment levels.
Proponents of an economically interventionist state argue it is best to evaluate the merits of government intervention on a case-by-case basis in order to address recessions (see economic interventionism) or existential threats.
The economic interventionism came in the wake of a failed plot Feb. 25 between the State Department and Panamanian President Eric Antonio Delvalle to dismiss General Noriega.
It has embraced economic interventionism, while maintaining a socially conservative stance that moved in 2005 towards the Catholic Church; the party's Catholic-nationalist wing split off in 2011 to form United Poland.