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Definition of Pauperize

Pauperize
Pauperize Pau"per*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Pauperized; p. pr. & vb. n. Pauperizing.] To reduce to pauperism; as, to pauperize the peasantry.

Meaning of Pauperize from wikipedia

- Crowther, The workhouse system 1834–1929, ISBN 0-416-36090-4 Leighton, Baldwyn (1871). Pauperization: cause and cure . Shrewsbury: Messrs. Sandford....
- in the National ****embly but was rejected. The petty bourgeoisie was pauperized and many small merchants became part of the working cl****. Accordingly...
- views, though primarily from an economic perspective considering the pauperization of the proletariat and the lower middle cl****. Strongly referring to...
- importing of antique goods to the Middle Dnieper decreased because of the pauperization of the dependent farmers. In the forest-steppe, kurgans of the 4th century BC...
- characterized by four themes: personalization, globalization, localization, and pauperization. Journalism historian David Nord has argued that in the 1960s and 1970s:...
- increased po****tion growth and increased unrest, as well as "'the pauperization of the m****es,' who 'almost lost their human shape';" "basic income...
- decline continued, and the bureaucracy could no longer absorb all of the pauperized lesser nobles and educated people who could not find work elsewhere. This...
- lost all desire to fight. In the cities of South and Central China, the pauperized po****ce, led by agitators, became increasingly more dissatisfied with...
- member of the wealthy Billewicz family. The Piłsudski family, although pauperized, cherished Polish patriotic traditions and has been characterized either...
- concerned over a state's scarce resources, dwindling water reserves, energy, pauperized soils and solid waste. Immigrants (and cross-border movements in general)...
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