Politically in favor of preserving traditional social orders and heirarchies, and/or government non-interference in economic affairs(adjective)
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Use "right-wing" in a sentence
"But when Brooks or Charles Murray or Robert Rector deploy their behavioral explanations for poverty it's done because it's a great justification for the long-term right-wing project of tearing apart what's left of the social safety net."
"TSC has been called a right-wing front group funded by the pharmaceutical industry and developed through the direct mail business of its founder, Richard Viguerie."
"Norwegian police said Saturday that the death toll from Friday's attacks has risen to 91 and confirmed that they have arrested a suspect whom they described as a right-wing Christian fundamentalist."