Manchesterism

noun Man·ches·ter·ism \-təˌrizəm\
variants: or

Manchesterdom

Definition of Manchesterism

plural

-s

  1. :  the principles or doctrines (as laissez-faire) held by or attributed to a school of English economists

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Origin and Etymology of manchesterism

Manchester (school) + -ism or -dom


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