- social worker,
- socialist international,
- socialist labor party,
- socialist parties,
- socialist party,
- socialist realism
Origin of socialist
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Trierweiler claims that Hollande, a socialist, showed contempt for the poor, supposedly calling them “the toothless.”Hell Hath No Fury Like Valerie Trierweiler, the French President’s Ex|Lizzie Crocker|November 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Venezuela is known for both its socialist economic policies and its beauty queens.Venezuela Now Has Toilet Paper but No Breast Implants|Jason Batansky|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Reformers understood that constructive societal evolution was the antidote to socialist revolution.From The Square Deal to The New Deal: The Overlapping Political Identities of TR and FDR|John Avlon|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There were Americans who disparaged modernism because it was European and “socialist.”
In America, modernism was stripped of its socialist leanings.
The first trouble arose in connection with the Socialist revolution which broke out in France in 1848.Belgium|Emile Cammaerts
The librarian obligingly pointed out the rest of the scanty shelf-end of socialist books.Mountain|Clement Wood
Politically, the organization of the Socialist state must be democratic.Socialism|John Spargo
You're going to get up a union or get into the socialist party.Poor White|Sherwood Anderson
From that time, Briand became one of the leaders of the French Socialist party.
"one who advocates socialism," 1827, from French socialiste, or else a native formation based on it, in reference to the teachings of Comte de Saint-Simon, founder of French socialism. The word begins to be used in French in the modern sense c.1835. Socialista, with a different sense, was applied 18c. to followers and pupils of Dutch jurist Grotius (1583-1645), from his use of socialistus. Socialist realism attested from 1934.
I find that socialism is often misunderstood by its least intelligent supporters and opponents to mean simply unrestrained indulgence of our natural propensity to heave bricks at respectable persons. [George Bernard Shaw, "An Unsocial Socialist," 1900]
Prison is a Socialist's Paradise, where equality prevails, everything is supplied and competition is eliminated. [Elbert Hubbard, "The Note Book," 1927]