They also brought labor unions, anarchism, socialism, and, of course, absinthe.
For the last 14 years, the Venezuelans have known this as the revolution for 21st-century socialism.
"Maybe people are feeling their way toward [socialism]," Panitch said.
He then treated me to a brief history of American socialism from Eugene Debs to Norman Thomas.
The Rasmussen poll on socialism needs to be viewed in the context of the overall political environment.
Even here prevailed the socialism which so strongly characterized the races of the centre and north of the Continent.
Let us go straight for socialism and equal human rights and opportunities.
No more duns and collectors; socialism has abolished all that!
There will soon be no babies for you to instruct either in materialism or socialism.
"A summary of the Principles of socialism," p. 23; London, 1899.
1837, from French socialisme (1832) or formed in English (based on socialist) from social (adj.) + -ism. Perhaps first in reference to Robert Owen's communes. "Pierre Leroux (1797-1871), idealistic social reformer and Saint-Simonian publicist, expressly claims to be the originator of the word socialisme" [Klein, also see OED discussion]. The word begins to be used in French in the modern sense c.1835.
An economic system in which the production and distribution of goods are controlled substantially by the government rather than by private enterprise, and in which cooperation rather than competition guides economic activity. There are many varieties of socialism. Some socialists tolerate capitalism, as long as the government maintains the dominant influence over the economy; others insist on an abolition of private enterprise. All communists are socialists, but not all socialists are communists.