It never succeeded before because of the powerful business and vested interests that opposed it.
But to do that, the Communist Party has to take on the vested interests on which it depends for its power.
The reason: they have a vested interest in prolonging this race, and a Santorum collapse could allow Romney an early coronation.
I am skeptical, as I have a vested interest, having dated a foreigner for many years.
The prince has no vested interests on such matters as Shakespeare or modern architecture.
Only the Conomo afloat, a successful pioneer in new transportation experiments alongcoast, would threaten his vested interests.
That vested right the people of Upper Canada possessed from 1791 to 1840.
The judicial power is vested in a Supreme Court of Justice and in all the other tribunals which may be established by law.
And naturally so, since they all have vested interests in his simplicity.
The executive power shall be vested in the President of the Republic.
1610s, "loose outer garment" (worn by men in Eastern countries or in ancient times), from French veste, from Italian vesta, veste "robe, gown," from Latin vestis, from vestire "to clothe" (see vest (v.)). The sleeveless garment worn by men beneath the coat was introduced by Charles II.
The King hath yesterday, in Council, declared his resolution of setting a fashion for clothes .... It will be a vest, I know not well how; but it is to teach the nobility thrift. [Pepys, "Diary," Oct. 8, 1666]