Definition of Mutualists
1. mutualist [n] - See also: mutualist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mutualists
Literary usage of Mutualists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cradle of Rebellions: A History of the Secret Societies of France by Lucien de La Hodde (1864)
"The Rights of Man and the mutualists of Lyons—Insurrection—The theatrical part ... In the year 1828 there was formed at Lyons, under the name of mutualists, ..."
2. The Animal Parasites of Man by Harold Benjamin Fantham, Maximilian Gustav Christian Carl Braun (1916)
"... under which term he comprises animals of various species whicli live in common, and confer certain benefits on one another. The mutualists are usually ..."
3. The History of Ten Years, 1830-1840: Or, France Under Louis Philippe by Louis Blanc (1848)
"As long as the strike had lasted, no workmen had been arrested ; after work was resumed, and at the moment when it was least expected, six mutualists were ..."
4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1894)
"Many mutualists never reside wholly with their hosts, but visit them occasionally to render them needful service. The famous crocodile bird visits its host ..."
5. Social Solutions by Jean Baptiste André Godin (1886)
"In this way the mutualists are always interested in the disbursements, since they are obliged to pay half of the excess, when the expenses exceed the ..."
6. Journal of Social Science: Containing the Proceedings of the American by American Social Science Association, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Frederick Stanley Root (1874)
"The two parties took the name respectively of " Collectivists " and " mutualists." The former are communists pure and simple ; the extinction of private ..."