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  1. Communists are committed to only their ideologies and have no hesitation in harming the nation if it is required to impose their views.
  2. The Communists are further reproached with desiring to abolish countries and nationality. (Web site)
  3. Communists were imprisoned and in some cases killed.
  4. The Communists are distinguished from the other working-class parties by this only: 1. (Web site)
  5. Communists are aware that Islam is deeply anti-woman.


  1. Many such parties formally use the term "Communist" in their official name.
  2. Communist parties today may or may not formally use the term "communist" in their name.
  3. Many such parties formally used the term "Communist" in their official name. (Web site)

Communist Party

  1. A Communist party is a party which advocates Communism.
  2. A Communist party is a party which promotes Communism.
  3. A Communist Party is one which formally uses the term "Communist" in its official name.
  4. A "Communist Party" is one which formally uses the term "Communist" in its official name.
  5. The Communist Party is a political movement for all who oppose capitalism, oppression and exploitation.

Agostinho Neto

  1. Agostinho Neto was one of the few Angolans who had the education that would have allowed him to live a life of privilege and security.


  1. Albania was accepted as a full member of the CSCE.
  2. Albania was declared "the world's first atheist country," religious leaders were imprisoned and executed. (Web site)
  3. Albania was entirely liberated from German occupation on November 29, 1944.
  4. Albania was liberated by communist partisans in a similar fashion, but it developed in a very different way from Yugoslavia.
  5. Albania: the habits of the heart.

Alessandro Natta

  1. Serrati : vita e lettere di un rivoluzionario Alessandro Natta.
  2. Togliatti e il partito nuovo Alessandro Natta.
  3. Articoli per il tag 'eventi' -- BlogBabel Domani ricorre il sesto anniversario della morte di Alessandro Natta.

Amath Dansokho

  1. Amath Dansokho speech at the Dakar symposium. (Web site)
  2. The current general secretary is Amath Dansokho. (Web site)
  3. Biography of the Secretary-General, Amath Dansokho, party declarations, press communiques, reports.

Amiri Baraka

  1. Amiri Baraka is a man.
  2. Amiri Baraka is a prize-winning poet, playwright, and essayist.
  3. Amiri Baraka is a prolific writer who has worked across a range of genres: poetry, drama, the novel, jazz operas, and nonfiction. (Web site)
  4. Amiri Baraka is one of the most controversial writers in recent history, one whose influence on African-American literature has been profound. (Web site)
  5. Amiri Baraka was New Jersey ---s Poet Laureate at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks. (Web site)

Ana Maria

  1. FMLN commander Ana Maria, considered to be an icon of revolutionary women in Latin America.
  2. We also sense Ana Maria's pleasure and excitement at taking visual poetry into this new language territory.
  3. Ana Maria ( 17 May 1929 - 6 April 1983) was the " nom de guerre " of M--lida Anaya Montes, the second in command of the FMLN, in El Salvador.

Andy Blunden

  1. Andy Blunden is a Communist and Union activist, an expert on Hegel, who now writes for the Marxist Internet Archive Collection.
  2. Andy Blunden: The Urdu section is now growing rapidly, including a first translation of Das Kapital in progress, using a public domain word processor format. (Web site)

John Reed

  1. John Reed was born in the mansion of his maternal grandparents outside Portland, Ore., on Oct. (Web site)

Mao Zedong

  1. Mao Zedong was present as one of two delegates from a Hunan Communist group, which had maybe 10 members out of 53 for all China. (Web site)
  2. Mao Zedong was raised to sainthood in Calcutta.
  3. Mao Zedong was the leader of the Chinese Communist Party from 1935 until his death in 1976.

Anton Pannekoek

  1. Their leading figures were Anton Pannekoek and Herman Gorter, as well as Otto R--hle.
  2. Als socialist, later communist, was hij de leerling van Karl Kautsky en, vanaf omstreeks 1910, Anton Pannekoek. (Web site)
  3. Anton Pannekoek (who was close to the 'anti-activist' GIC) forcefully criticised Van der Lubbe's action and called it 'completely worthless'.

Armando Cossutta

  1. The communist tendency, led by Armando Cossutta, left the party to form the Partito della Rifondazione Comunista (PRC) or Communist Refoundation Party.
  2. Bertinotti's accession to the leadership was organised by Armando Cossutta, who probably wished to increase his own prestige and power within the party. (Web site)
  3. In the heated debate that preceded the vote, PRC national secretary Fausto Bertinotti and national president Armando Cossutta took opposing sides. (Web site)

Baburam Bhattarai

  1. BABURAM BHATTARAI is a standing committee and politburo member of CPN (Maoist).
  2. Baburam Bhattarai is one of them,--- began Hari Roka, research scholar and democratic rights activist.
  3. The UPF also fell apart, reflecting that split, with the group that supported Prachanda being led by Baburam Bhattarai.
  4. The other well-known present-day Maoist leader, Baburam Bhattarai, remained with Mohan Bikram.
  5. In early 2005 Sharma was, along with Baburam Bhattarai and Hisila Yami demoted by the party supremo Prachanda.

Robert Minor

  1. Political cartoonist Fred Ellis learned his craft from Robert Minor, sharing his mentor's concern for the plight of the working man.
  2. In 1922 the journal was taken over by Robert Minor and the Communist Party and in 1924 was renamed as The Workers' Monthly.

Bela Kun

  1. Bela Kun was a Hungarian communist politician after WWI. Soviet-Hungarian friendship statue.
  2. Bela Kun is a young man (they are all young) - probably 29 or 30. (Web site)
  3. Bela Kun was born on February 20th., 1886 in the village of Lele, in Szilagy county in Transylvania.


  1. Berlinguer was also associated with the development of Euro-communism with the leaders of the French and Spanish Communists. (Web site)
  2. Berlinguer is a surname , originally Catalan , pronounced [berli?'gw?r] in Italian , and may be.
  3. Berlinguer was an important leader of the Italian Communist Party ( Partito Comunista Italiano or PCI) and its national secretary from 1972 to 1984.
  4. Berlinguer was born into a middle-class Sardinian family, his father being a socialist who became a deputy and later senator.
  5. Berlinguer was born into a middle-class Sardinian family.

Bernardo Bertolucci

  1. Bernardo Bertolucci is a cinéphile. (Web site)
  2. Bernardo Bertolucci is a filmmaker who is no stranger to controversy, epic runtimes, and international locales.
  3. Bernardo Bertolucci is a gifted filmmaker who knows how to craft an epic.
  4. Bernardo Bertolucci was born in Parma in 1941 to a cultured family; his father was a poet and an art historian.
  5. Bernardo Bertolucci was born in the Italian city of Parma, in the region of Emilia Romagna. (Web site)

Charles Ruthenberg

  1. Charles Ruthenberg ( July 14, 1884 --- 1927) was an American communist politician and activist, one of the founders of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). (Web site)
  2. Il y avait en premier la faction autour du membre du bureau f--d--ral Charles Ruthenberg, qui --tait largement organis-- par son partisan, Jay Lovestone. (Web site)
  3. En 1925 Charles Ruthenberg et William-Z--Foster --taient -- la t--te de factions ennemies -- l'int--rieur du parti.


  1. Bhandari was the engineer behind the programme of CPN(UML), ''People's Multiparty Democracy''.In 1993 Bhandari died, supposedly in a car crash.
  2. Bhandari was the engineer behind the programme of CPN(UML), People's Multiparty Democracy.

Amadeo Bordiga

  1. Under the leadership of Amadeo Bordiga, the Left was to control the PCd'I (Communist Party of Italy) until the Lyons Congress of 1926.
  2. Under the leadership of Amadeo Bordiga Amadeo Bordiga (1889 - 1970) was a prominent Italian socialist.

Bill Bland

  1. Bill Bland was Chairman of the organisation until 1974 when it split. (Web site)
  2. Bill Bland was a scholar, but also a man of action. (Web site)
  3. Bill Bland was born in the North of England, into a middle class home. (Web site)
  4. Bill Bland was for many years, up to 1990, Secretary of the Albanian Society. (Web site)

German Communists

  1. In his time as head of the KPD, Th--lmann closely aligned the German Communists with the hegemony of the Soviet Communist Party in Moscow.
  2. The East German communists and the origins of the Berlin blockade crisis.
  3. A great number of German Communists were handed over to Hitler.


  1. Blagoevgrad is a major and important transport centre in this part of Bulgaria. (Web site)
  2. Blagoevgrad is a town in southwestern Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Blagoevgrad Province, with a population of about 76,000. (Web site)

Bob Avakian

  1. Bob Avakian is a visionary communist thinker and revolutionary leader.
  2. Bob Avakian is an outspoken atheist and proclaims that humanity needs "Liberation Without Gods".
  3. Bob Avakian was one of many activists in The Sixties who turned to communist ideas and began organizing in the Bay Area of California. (Web site)
  4. Bob Avakian is a almost comical blowhard who is a symbol of the sad state of the radical left in the United States.

Boris Kidric

  1. In Ljubljana speaks at the grave of Boris Kidric. (Web site)
  2. August 9 In Pula visits the factory of knitwear, the "Uljanik" shipyard and "Boris Kidric" factory.
  3. In November 1950, Boris Kidric devised an argument to reconcile market relations with the Marxist concept of “socialism”. (Web site)

Karl Korsch

  1. Attempts to work with the group around Karl Korsch also failed.
  2. Karl Korsch (1886-1961) German Left Communist who wrote one of the founding documents of ---Western Marxism---, expelled from the Comintern.

Bo Yibo

  1. During his long political career, Bo Yibo served as vice premier and chairman of the State Economic Commission.
  2. Top communist cadre Bo Yibo was invited by Yan Xishan from Peking for developing the "allied society".
  3. A senior leader of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Bo Yibo, died of old age at a Beijing hospital Monday evening, the Xinhua News Agency reported.

Nikita Khrushchev

  1. Nikita Khrushchev was born in Kalinovka in southern Russia on April 17, 1894. (Web site)
  2. Nikita Khrushchev was the dictator of the USSR, but he was deposed and sent to Siberia shortly after David Rockefeller visited the Kremlin in 1964. (Web site)

Brinda Karat

  1. Brinda Karat is a major figure in the Communist Party of India (Marxist), showing his motivations.
  2. Brinda Karat is a member of India’s main leftist party, the Communist Party of India (Marxist).

Carl Skoglund

  1. Carl Skoglund is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. Carl Skoglund was expelled from the Communist Party in 1928 for opposing Stalinism and supporting Trotsky and Bolshevik-Leninism.
  3. Carl Skoglund was one of the founding members of the American Communist Party.
  4. Carl Skoglund was expelled from the Communist Party in 1928 for opposing Stalinism and supporting Trotsky and Bolshevik-Leninism .

Karl Radek

  1. As a result Vladimir Lenin favoured the Polish section led by Karl Radek over those of Luxemburg.
  2. Karl Radek had furnished me in Moscow with introductions to Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, the famous Spartakist leaders in Germany. (Web site)
  3. The hysteria of Karl Radek's and Nikolai Bukharin's charges against them in Pravda and Izvestia fails to carry conviction. (Web site)

Che Guevara

  1. Che Guevara en el presente de Am-rica Latina.
  2. President Evo Morales pays tribute to Che Guevara -evrimi-i 10 Ocak 2007-de eri-ildi.
  3. English translation of complete text: Che Guevara'n-n Veda Mektubu Wikisource'ta.

Clara Lemlich

  1. Clara Lemlich was born in 1886 near Kishinev in the Ukraine. (Web site)
  2. Clara Lemlich was small, no more than five feet tall, but solidly built.

Clara Zetkin

  1. This they did, over the strenuous objections of Paul Levi, Clara Zetkin, and other party conservatives.
  2. With an appendix, "Lenin on the woman question," by Clara Zetkin. (Web site)
  3. Together with Karl Liebknecht and some others such as Clara Zetkin and Franz Mehring, Luxemburg created the Internationale group on 5 August 1914.
  4. Clara Zetkin delivered a report on the international situations and on the work of the "West European Secretariat".
  5. Paul Levi wrote a scathing criticism of the March Action which Clara Zetkin supported completely. (Web site)

Claude Mckay

  1. Claude McKay is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. Claude McKay was a man too great for his modest Jamaican homeland.
  3. Claude McKay was a Jamaican-born writer who spent most of his adult life in the United States, Europe and North Africa.
  4. Claude McKay was born in 1890 on the island of Jamaica and came to the United States to attend college in 1881.
  5. Claude McKay was born in Jamaica on 15th September, 1890.

Eugen Levine

  1. Eugen Levine was arrested and, after being found guilty of being involved in the execution of the eight spies, was shot by a firing squad.

Nils Flyg

  1. The party's new leadership was composed of Karl Kilbom and Nils Flyg.
  2. At the end of 1942, Ture Nerman ran into his former comrade Nils Flyg in the streets of Stockholm.
  3. Nils Flyg had taken power and expelled the former party leader Karl Kilbom.

Gus Hall

  1. Gus Hall was sentenced to a five year prison term and so fled to Mexico and in 1950 was elected as the party's National Secretary. (Web site)


  1. I would imagine that nowdays it is really hard to talk about something containing word "socialism" in it. (Web site)
  2. In this period, the term "socialism" was first used in connection with European social critics who criticized capitalism and private property.
  3. SOCIALISM is the principle word in the title of the Movement. (Web site)
  4. SOCIALISM: An economic system based on public ownership of the most major industries, universal healthcare and public education. (Web site)
  5. Socialism is a closely intertwined set of liberating ideas and social movements that emerged in the aftermath of the French Revolution. (Web site)


  1. Cuba : The pursuit of freedom p 1007 ^ "Cuba's face". (Web site)
  2. Cuba was no exception. (Web site)
  3. Cuba was racially mixed, poor, and threatened by a powerful enemy.
  4. Cuba: The pursuit of freedom s. (Web site)

Dimitar Blagoev

  1. The town was renamed Blagoevgrad in 1950 after the founder of the Bulgarian Communist Party, Dimitar Blagoev, a Bulgarian from Aegean Macedonia. (Web site)
  2. The Council of Sofia took the decision that the house of Dimitar Blagoev in Sofia should be converted into a house-museum (1948).

Karl Kilbom

  1. The party's new leadership was composed of Karl Kilbom and Nils Flyg.
  2. Nils Flyg had taken power and expelled the former party leader Karl Kilbom.
  3. In December of 1917, H--glund and Karl Kilbom traveled to Petrograd to visit the Bolsheviks and show their support of the revolution.


  1. Dimitrov is a self-made man.
  2. Dimitrov was a member of the party's Central Committee from its inception until his death in 1949 also serving as Bulgaria's leader from 1946 .
  3. Dimitrov was active in the Union of Democratic Forces, a broad coalition against continued rule by the Bulgarian Communist Party. (Web site)
  4. Dimitrov was born in Sofia, and graduated from the city's English language high school in 1973. (Web site)
  5. Dimitrov was eventually acquitted but a young man from the Netherlands, Marianus van der Lubbe, was eventually executed for the crime. (Web site)

Albanian Communists

  1. Military victory, and not the lure of Marxism, brought the Albanian communists from behind the coulisses to center stage in Albania's political drama. (Web site)
  2. In 1947 Yugoslavia's leaders engineered an all-out offensive against anti-Yugoslav Albanian communists, including Hoxha and Spiru. (Web site)
  3. On 29 November he moves to Tiran--, where he opens a tobacco store that will subsequently become a secret meeting place for Albanian communists.


  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  2. Society > Politics > En > S > O > C > Socialism" > Socialism< > A > > Marxism > Communism > Anti-Revisionism > Hoxhaism. / (Web site)
  3. Regional > Asia > China > Society And Culture > History > Personalities > En > M > A > O > Mao Zedong" > Mao Zedong< > A > . / (Web site)
  4. Society > History > By Time Period > Twentieth Century > Cold War > Regional > North America > United States > Mccarthyism. (Web site)
  5. Regional > Europe > Russia > Society And Culture > History > Soviet Union > Personalities > Stalin, Josef. (Web site)

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