Squinjism (also called Standardism) is an ideology at the centre of the economic spectrum, describing a mayor and/or party's style of city leadership in which both taxes and wages are set at varying, though always moderate levels. Its principle beliefs are that government members should be paid and citizens should be taxed, however not in an extreme fashion. Pursuers of the ideology are often favourable towards the enactment of ordinances, believing that citizens should fund what exists to benefit them, which includes not only ordinances, but the government as well (i.e. wages). The term derives from Squinj's leadership of London, in which said concepts were employed.
|Stigism ← Squinjism → Shockism|