Definition of Collectivists

1. Noun. (plural of collectivist) ¹



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Definition of Collectivists

1. collectivist [n] - See also: collectivist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Collectivists

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collective unconscious
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collectiveness
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collectivism
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collectivists (current term)
collectivities
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collectorate

Literary usage of Collectivists

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1. Guild Socialism: An Historical and Critical Analysis by Niles Carpenter (1922)
"The Anti-collectivists are the most interesting group, for they include such well-known persons as Mr. GK Chesterton and Mr. Hilaire Belloc. ..."

2. Syndicalism and Labour: Notes Upon Some Aspects of Social and Industrial by Arthur Clay (1911)
"... CHAPTER VII SYNDICALISM AND TRADE UNIONISM collectivists, Anarchists, and Syndicalists have a Common Interest. The Real Strength of Syndicalism. ..."

3. The Fortnightly Review (1883)
"collectivists are themselves divided into two groups, and more distinctly eo since the Socialists' Congress of Saint Etienne, in September, 1882. ..."

4. The Social Unrest: Studies in Labor and Socialist Movements by John Graham Brooks (1903)
"If the mayor says, " We collectivists propose to aid all the poor and ask no ... One of the strong men among the collectivists who had struggled long with ..."

5. The Conquest of Bread by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin (1907)
"That is why some collectivists, understanding the impossibility of maintaining a scale of wages in a society inspired by the breath of the Revolution, ..."

6. Socialism by Robert Flint (1906)
"collectivists, of course, assure us that there would be abundance. But socialist revolutionists are a remarkably sanguine class of persons. ..."

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