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Poujadism

/ (ˈpuːʒɑːdɪzəm) /
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noun

a conservative reactionary movement to protect the business interests of small traders

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Derived forms of Poujadism

Poujadist, noun, adjective

Word Origin for Poujadism

C20: named after Pierre Poujade (1920–2003), French publisher and bookseller who founded such a movement in 1954
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