But to do that, the Communist Party has to take on the vested interests on which it depends for its power.
The prince has no vested interests on such matters as Shakespeare or modern architecture.
Conservatism should be more than a defense of the vested interests of incumbents.
It never succeeded before because of the powerful business and vested interests that opposed it.
Most importantly, we need leaders with the courage to steamroll the deniers and the vested interests.
Only the Conomo afloat, a successful pioneer in new transportation experiments alongcoast, would threaten his vested interests.
“They are the monied land-owners, the vested interests,” he put in.
That is why all vested interests, religious and social, hate him so heartily.
And naturally so, since they all have vested interests in his simplicity.
His whole philosophy is destructive of a large amount of the "vested interests" of philosophy.
A phrase that indicates a deep personal (and possibly financial) interest in some political or economic proposal: “As a major stockholder of the Ford Motor Company, Senator Bilge had a vested interest in legislation restricting the import of Japanese autos.” The plural, vested interests, often refers to powerful, wealthy property holders: “His radical policies enraged vested interests.”