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It also reveals that the conservative commitment to free enterprise was never ironclad, long before its current ire against Delta Air Lines, Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball, among others.

The group’s efforts illustrate how conservatives’ commitment to free enterprise has always been conditioned upon support for their broader political and cultural agendas.

While the hope is that free enterprise can generate innovation, national governments are still liable for whatever space activities a country’s private companies conduct.

This is the way it should be in a competitive, free enterprise system that extolls entrepreneurial risk and job creation.

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There also seems to be an element of free enterprise involved.

It is easy enough to blame the Cubans for banishing free enterprise and throwing an iron curtain around their top athletic talent.

The fate of free enterprise—and freedom itself—hangs in the balance.

He cleverly defended fundraising efforts on behalf of the Greek military in Britain as a matter of free enterprise.

President Obama will from time to time describe himself as a strong believer in the free-enterprise system.

"Absolutely free enterprise" was Mr. Wilson's leading phrase.

Fortunately for the preservation of the free enterprise system, I had tools ready to hand.

It is vigorously dynamic in the limitless initiative and willingness to venture that characterize free enterprise.

It provides the opportunity for American free enterprise to develop on a worldwide scale.

Help us to free enterprise by permitting debate and voting "yes" on our proposal for enterprise zones in America.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to free enterprise, such as: liberalism, capitalism, free competition, free economy, free-enterprise economy, and free-enterprise system.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.