redistributionist

[ree-dis-tri-byoo-shuh-nist]
noun Economics.
a person who believes in, advocates, or supports income redistribution.

Origin:
1975–80; redistribution + -ist

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In short, much of the rhetoric in support of government spending is
  redistributionist in tone.
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  redistributionist policies.
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