10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AUTARCHIST»
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Fascism in Spain, 1923–1977
This autarchist statist model of “fascist economics,” together with a foreign trade
and technology model heavily skewed toward Germany and Italy, had disastrous
effects on the Spanish economy during World War II. The tight controls on grain ...
Rampart Journal of Individualist Thought
The position taken in "Autarchy Versus Anarchy" is not a position leading to
chaos, social disruption, violence, and a complete lack of social order. On the
contrary, the position of the autarchist is one that supports self-rule rather than a
lack of ...
Robert A. Heinlein, Vol 2: In Dialogue with His Century ...
You might use the term “philosophical anarchist” or “autarchist” about me, but “
libertarian” is easier to define and fits well enough. But I'm glad you didn't use the
term “liberal” which used to mean much the same thing “IVANT YOUR BLOOD” ...
William H. Patterson, Jr., 2014
China's Development Challenges: Economic Vulnerability and ...
For China, which until the middle of the 1970s pursued an autarchist economic
policy, international commodity booms and bust had little impact. Volatility on the
domestic market in China was almost non-existent as prices were set at the ...
Chambers concise dictionary
-autarchist n. autarky /'D:ta:ki/ > n (autarkies) 1 a system or policy of economic self
-sufficiency in a country, state, etc where tariffs and other trade barriers are
erected so that international trade is hindered or prevented altogether. 2 a
Leisure: The Basis of Culture ; The Philosophical Act
Antisthenes the Cynic was a self- sufficient moralist, an autarchist, with no sense
whatsoever of divine worship, even cracking Voltairian jokes about it;17 he was
insensible to the Muses and only liked poetry when it served to express moral ...
Economic World Order?: A Basic Problem of International ...
One was the development of the Soviet Union into a major autarchist bloc, based
on rigorously applied import and export monopolies. Thus the foundations were
laid for a sectional economic order in the post-1945 world to come. The other ...
Georg Schwarzenberger, 1970
Meaning and Moral Order: Explorations in Cultural Analysis
Other signs of its demise included the launching of the New Deal, the five-year
plans in Russia, the rise of fascism in Germany, and the collapse of the League of
Nations in favor of autarchist empires. Karl Polanyi (1944:23) has described the ...
Beyond Bratwurst: A History of Food in Germany
Hope. and. Hunger,. Vollkornbrot. and. Swedes,. 1914. to. 1949. n retrospect the
tussle between free traders and autarchist protectionists appears to be a
harbinger of things to come. To be torn between the relaxed and confident
embrace of ...
Holding-Together Regionalism: Twenty Years of Post-Soviet ...
For the functional agriculture and electricity markets the result is very likely to
reflect the autarchist policies implemented by post-Soviet countries, as these
industries are also heavily influenced by regulation (especially for grain trade)
Alexander Libman, Evgeny Vinokurov, 2012
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AUTARCHIST»
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Weeping for Argentina
... former leftist guerrilla who's no conservative—disapprovingly labeled the Argentine government's approach to the economy as “autarchist. «American Spectator, Mar 15»
Texas Supreme Court weighs emotional value of pets, Avery the dog …
Autarchist. Tuesday, 02/05/2013 - 02:55PM. "Justice Don Willett asked, rhetorically of course, what emotional value might be assigned to a ... «Texas Watchdog, Jan 13»