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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsocialistso‧cial‧ist1 /ˈsəʊʃəl-ɪst $ ˈsoʊ-/ ●○○ adjective  1 PPPbased on socialism or relating to a political party that supports socialism socialist principles2 PPPPGa socialist country or government has a political system based on socialism
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socialistWhether a capitalist or socialist approach to development is adopted, it must be development with a human face.It would be quite wrong in thinking about the economics of socialist countries to focus exclusively on inefficiency.A wide variety of cultural trends would coexist, and a socialist culture and personality would develop.Increasingly, the socialists declared that they saw the republic as a Bourgeois stepping stone in a transition to a socialist regime.On the other is a toppled colossus painfully constructing a market economy out of the wreckage of a socialist one.His proposal that a new socialist party should rise from the ashes of the present one was hardly disputed.The Second International also insisted that the first socialist revolution in a major country would quickly find imitators elsewhere.It seemed a strange place for a red-bearded revolutionary socialist to live.