Words nearby reformist
OTHER WORDS FROM reformistre·form·ism, nounan·ti·re·form·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for reformism
The passage of Bebel's resolution, by a vote of 289 to 80, was an emphatic repudiation of reformism.
There can be no doubt that Socialist "reformism" has become very widespread.
But reformism has brought it about that the Party is often split in its votes in the Chamber of Deputies.
Mr. Berger's maiden speech also summed up excellently the general policy of Socialist "reformism."
On the other hand, political action was a blind-alley leading to reformism and quietism.The Mutiny of the Elsinore|Jack London