Words nearby redistribution
OTHER WORDS FROM redistributionre·dis·tri·bu·tion·al, re·dis·trib·u·to·ry [ree-di-strib-yuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /ˌri dɪˈstrɪb yəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/, adjective
Examples from the Web for redistribution
Instead, almost every state has featured a redistribution of political power from the rural to the urban.
Redistribution happens because redistributionist politicians have the nasty habit of getting elected.
Now, however, they see it as an attack on the “dignity of work,” and an unjust form of “redistribution.”
He calls for reforms that make finance subservient to industry and for the redistribution of wealth.Pope Francis Declares Consumers and Capitalists Need to Help the Poor|Daniel Gross|November 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Chait is right that some degree of redistribution is inherent in the very concept of insurance.
This educational committee was, and is, the correlative upon the mental and spiritual side of the redistribution committee.The World Set Free|Herbert George Wells
The second group includes the parliamentary reform bills of 1866 and 1884 and the Redistribution Bill of 1885.Studies in Contemporary Biography|James Bryce, Viscount Bryce
We speak sometimes of the redistribution of leisure—August Bebel made it one of the chief articles of his creed.The Unity of Civilization|Various
By the Redistribution Bill of 1884, an appreciable step towards equal electoral districts has been taken.Social Transformations of the Victorian Age|T. H. S. (Thomas Hay Sweet) Escott
The other two kinds are both subject to redistribution, but on somewhat different principles.Russia|Donald Mackenzie Wallace