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Its organization was advocated by Blanquists and non-socialist workingmen.
Yet the most radical of the non-socialist educational reformers do not dare to hope at present even for a step in this direction.
But surely it is sentimentality to talk as the non-socialist does about the personal excellences of the aristocracy.
Similarly unshaken was his mistrust of the Russian non-socialist parties.
For nearly all those things which the non-socialist tells us are impossible are being done.
This appeared to indicate that these candidates had bid for and obtained a large share of the non-socialist vote.
Quessel's program is that of the non-socialist reformers, and a step, not towards Socialism, but towards collectivist capitalism.
The position of the non-socialist members of the government therefore became untenable, and a whole group of them resigned.
They proposed to organize councils and congresses of the non-socialist elements.
"one who advocates socialism," 1827, from French socialiste, or else a native formation based on it, in reference to the teachings of Comte de Saint-Simon, founder of French socialism. The word begins to be used in French in the modern sense c.1835. Socialista, with a different sense, was applied 18c. to followers and pupils of Dutch jurist Grotius (1583-1645), from his use of socialistus. Socialist realism attested from 1934.
I find that socialism is often misunderstood by its least intelligent supporters and opponents to mean simply unrestrained indulgence of our natural propensity to heave bricks at respectable persons. [George Bernard Shaw, "An Unsocial Socialist," 1900]
Prison is a Socialist's Paradise, where equality prevails, everything is supplied and competition is eliminated. [Elbert Hubbard, "The Note Book," 1927]