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  • noun The policy of laissez faire.


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  • And, throughout the world, democracy and laissez-faireism were being rejected in favor of one-man or one-party dictatorships.

    The Last Empress Hannah Pakula 2009

  • The society that emerged in the 2170s was therefore dramatically different from the freewheeling laissez-faireism of fifty years earlier.

    Rama Revisited Clarke, Arthur C. 1989

  • Just as the Depression created the political and psychological conditions for Franklin Roosevelt's transformation of America from laissez-faireism to the beginnings of the welfare state, the current crisis gives Obama the political space to move the still relatively modest American welfare state toward

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post Charles Krauthammer 2010


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