There just were not and are not practical free-market solutions to these problems.
But they are ill prepared and blithely ignorant of the mechanics of practical politics—let alone state making.
The second feature is how to translate the technology efficiently: how to harness the power of this device for practical use.
For Moses, the idealism of Freedom Summer was inseparable from the practical task of making it work.
He felt it as a student at Columbia writing papers on practical paths to nuclear disarmament.
It was a practical arrangement, but no one praised Eleanore for it.
"That's one practical result of an hour's credit in gym-work," she laughed.
practical 199 considerations do not count with him when they antagonise his ideals.
The former plan is a singularly appealing, as well as practical, one.
A handy volume which every practical young engineer should possess.
early 15c., practicale "of or pertaining to matters of practice; applied," with -al (1) + earlier practic (adj.) "dealing with practical matters, applied, not merely theoretical" (early 15c.), or practic (n.) "method, practice, use" (late 14c.). In some cases directly from Old French practique (adj.) "fit for action," earlier pratique (13c.) and Medieval Latin practicalis, from Late Latin practicus "practical, active," from Greek praktikos "fit for action, fit for business; business-like, practical; active, effective, vigorous," from praktos "done; to be done," verbal adjective of prassein, prattein "to do, act, effect, accomplish."