A wave of critics, though, has been denouncing it as anti-democratic and regressive.
His regressive tax-cut policy, after all, was geared toward wealthier people or people married with families.
Today, California may worship at the altar of science, but increasingly in the most regressive, hysterical, and reactionary way.
And this breakdown goes past a culture of spending, as Republicans argue, or a regressive tax policy, as Democrats might counter.
Finally, while sales taxes are regressive, you can make a pretty good case that taxes on e-commerce are progressive.
The double work-support is, of course, a great improvement, while the tool-support is regressive since it lacks a feed screw.
In so far as sleep is psychologically determined, it is a regressive phenomenon.
Activity is, therefore, not contradictory to the organism, but favors in it the natural progressive and regressive metamorphosis.
Whether in regressive or progressive series, each to-day presents a case of arrested development.
The frequency with which the delusion of mutual death occurs in stupor is another evidence of its regressive psychology.
regressive re·gres·sive (rĭ-grěs'ĭv)
Having a tendency to return or to revert.
Characterized by regression.