Examples from the Web for protectionist
President Obama saved 1,000 jobs by embracing a protectionist policy on tires.
The FN has become a protectionist, anticapitalist party of the dislocated working classes.
Then there is always Congress, threatening a rash of protectionist bills directed solely at China.
This argument recurs continually in works of the protectionist school.
In fact, it bases itself on the protectionist's modern and intelligent claim.Essentials of Economic Theory|John Bates Clark
Mr Editor,—I am a manufacturer of cloth, and a protectionist.
Such taxes are prohibitory and protectionist at the same time.Principles of Political Economy|Arthur Latham Perry
About 1890 he became a friend of the Ohio protectionist and worked steadily thereafter for his election to the Presidency.The New Nation|Frederic L. Paxson
Word Origin and History for protectionist (1 of 2)
in the economics sense, 1841, from French protectionniste (in political economy sense, protection is attested from 1789). As an adjective by 1843.