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The article described John Kennedy and Richard Nixon as differing types of statist “reactionaries.”
For Israelis: Is statist Zionism the only framework for satisfying Jewish national and cultural ambitions?
The prime minister is a hybrid: regional hawk, Zionist statist, techno-globalist, neo-conservative, and Greater Israel fantasist.
The sacking of Bo Xilai is a pre-emptive move to ensure that the liberal line prevails in China, not the statist model.Bo Xilai’s Sacking Signals Showdown In China’s Communist Party|Rosemary Righter|March 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The MSM is so threatened by any challenge to its closed, statist mind-set that it is ever ready to demonize dissenters.
It would be a curious subject for the statist to ascertain when the French drummer is perfect in his art.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
The Statist assumes that rights increase in some metaphysical manner, and become incarnate in half the whole plus one.Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre|Voltairine de Cleyre
M. de Lavaleye, the Belgian statist, was fortified by reason when he proposed his grey serge uniform for women of all classes.Americans and Others|Agnes Repplier
In the language of the London Statist, this was "the best bargain" the British government ever made.The Red Watch|J. A. Currie
Who has not seen just such statistics as these dwelt upon with unction by your thorough "statist?"