- the trend toward expansion of the government's role, range of activities, or power.
Origin of governmentalism
Examples from the Web for governmentalism
Historical Examples of governmentalism
Governmentalism and paternalism have always been evils, Mr. Flower asserts.
There is also another kind of reason for being undismayed at the threat of governmentalism.
Governmentalism, therefore, means the exercise of the powers of government considered as a principle.
Besides this, it is a well known fact, one made sufficiently clear by the history of the United States, that the less governmentalism there is in a country, the better it is for the citizens as to their material interests. A very complicated governmental apparatus, when, especially, it is useless, is and can be only hurtful to the interests of the mass of the people. [Amedee H. Simonin, "Resumption of Specie Payments," 1868]