The taking over of private property by a national government.
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Cultural definitions for nationalization (2 of 2)
A government takeover of a private business.
How to use nationalization in a sentence
In fact, we may be witnessing the largest re-nationalization in the history of the world.
Less pragmatic, it calls for a nationalization of the banking and insurance sectors.
In part, this sort of absurd dancing around nationalization is a reflection of that.
Executives at BofA and Citi on Friday put out word that they had so much capital that nationalization was out of the question.
To save the banking system, Greenspan, along with a claque of Republicans like Lindsey Graham, now endorses nationalization.
I have to-day mein papers of Nationalization to your Home Office sent off.
A natural supplement to the nationalization of railways was the development of water communication.
With the molders the nationalization of the organization was destined to proceed to its utmost length.
Of course, none of the causes of nationalization here enumerated operated in entire isolation.
In England, centralization or nationalization of the road-building authority should remedy all this.The Automobilist Abroad|M. F. (Milburg Francisco) Mansfield