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Reformist   /rɪfˈɔrmɪst/   Listen
Reformist

adjective
1.
Favoring or promoting reform (often by government action).  Synonyms: progressive, reform-minded.






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"Reformist" Quotes from Famous Books



... struck by a world-wide situation. "State Socialism" is not only becoming the policy of the leading capitalistic parties in many countries, but—in a modified form—it has also become the chief preoccupation of a large group among the Socialists. "Reformist" Socialists view most of the reforms of "State Socialism" as installments of Socialism, enacted by the capitalists in the hope of diverting attention from ...
— Socialism As It Is - A Survey of The World-Wide Revolutionary Movement • William English Walling



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