The real locus of capitalistic
economic development lay in just such local responses to market opportunities, and especially in the trade networks created by custom millers and by general storekeepers.
The strengths and weaknesses of Kristofferson's book are exhibited in the final chapter, as the Nine Hours Movement of 1872 is described as a divergence of this transmodal culture of mutualism in the face of increasing capitalistic
True free market thinkers believe zoning is unnecessary because it artificially overrides basic capitalistic
economics that dictate that land should always be utilized to its highest and best use for the benefit of owners, consumers, and the general economy.
Ritz-Carlton plans to open a 332-room consummately capitalistic
hotel within walking distance of the Kremlin by year's end.
I do personally wrestle with the idea of the capitalistic
The bean's extensive cultivation and worldwide popularity echoes capitalistic
and political development in both the third world countries that produce coffee and the wealthy nations addicted to its stimulating effect.
Both books explore the use of love within the context of alienation in a capitalistic
In Brazil, no two bedfellows could be odder than the table-thumping left-wing Workers Party (PT) and the expansionist capitalistic
In Exterior City, 2005, the social system of the welfare state is revealed as a capitalistic
pretext or a quasi-utopia.
Again and again, Bellow presents us with a main character, a seeking, dissatisfied intellectual who seems ill-prepared for a modern existence that is brutish and cruelly capitalistic
In our capitalistic
system, a product comes to the forefront because many 'volunteers' and organizations, as well as a few businesses, enter the market before there is enough consumer demand or distribution and push that item.
It's ironic that having demonstrated the virtues of the capitalistic
system, American policy makers are now trying to recreate the governance regime of the Napoleonic Code that our ancestors fled.