corporatism

noun
cor·po·rat·ism | \ ˈkȯr-p(ə-)rə-ˌti-zəm \

Definition of corporatism 

: the organization of a society into industrial and professional corporations serving as organs of political representation and exercising control over persons and activities within their jurisdiction

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corporatist \ˈkȯr-p(ə-)rə-tist \ adjective

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His promises to roll back economic reforms are part of his view that Mexico needs to return to the days of populism, nationalism and corporatism. Mary Anastasia O’grady, WSJ, "Mexico’s Two-Man Race," 29 Apr. 2018 The Democrats haven’t changed, either: Mr. O’Rourke is a fresh face with a stale agenda, offering up the familiar and bland welfare corporatism his party has been selling for 30 years. Kevin D. Williamson, WSJ, "Republicans Do Well in Texas. Except for Dallas, Houston, Austin . . .," 27 Apr. 2018 Hip billionaire corporatism is one of the strangest progressive hypocrisies of our times. Author: Victor Davis Hanson, Alaska Dispatch News, "Hip and left, new robber barons get a pass," 20 Aug. 2017 Some conservative globalists believe that America’s popular culture and its hip, cool, and insidious corporatism, while in some cases regrettable, are obviating the need for military interventionism and costly defense spending. Victor Davis Hanson, National Review, "Is There Still a Conservative Foreign Policy?," 15 Aug. 2017 Politically speaking, nativism and corporatism make a great team. Eric Levitz, Daily Intelligencer, "Are Employers Using Trump’s ICE Agents to Intimidate Workers?," 4 Aug. 2017 Many already dismiss him as a candidate of corporatism and could resist his reform agenda. Sara Miller Llana, The Christian Science Monitor, "In Macron, supporters see a champion of optimism," 8 May 2017 The Chamber is nothing less than the public face of a corporatism that is hijacking our democracy, and dramatically limiting any chances of meaningful reform. Bruce Sterling, WIRED, "The Yes-Men enjoying the discomfiture of the US Chamber of Commerce," 16 Feb. 2011 This list could continue, but suffice to say that Donald Trump has fulfilled the campaign promises of a campaign organized and built upon racism, corporatism and militarism. Kirsten West Savali, The Root, "Princeton Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Cancels Public Appearances Amid Fox-News-Fueled Death Threats," 1 June 2017

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First Known Use of corporatism

1890, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for corporatism

corporate + -ism

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The first known use of corporatism was in 1890

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