OTHER WORDS FROM protectionismpro·tec·tion·ist, noun, adjectivepro·tec·tion·is·tic, adjectivean·ti·pro·tec·tion·ist, noun, adjective
How to use protectionism in a sentence
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.
Instead of repealing the Act which had done so much harm, the true protectionist policy of further restraint was adopted.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell
A motley majority in the Reichstag not only accepts, but improves upon his protectionist demands.
The English trading classes resented the shortage of cotton and the high duties which the protectionist North was imposing.
In Europe the swing to free trade had halted, and nation after nation was becoming aggressively protectionist.
For the protectionist colonies preference would mean only a reduction of an existing tariff.