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  1. Revolutionary was Nakamichi's mobile PA-350 four channel power amplifier, with extraordinary discrete amplifiers and exemplary performance specifications.

Google Adsense

  1. Google AdSense has been revolutionary in terms of providing a way for webmasters to earn revenue from their web sites, particularly for smaller businesses. (Web site)

Revolutionary Unionism

  1. And there were the militants who recognized the revolutionary unionism as an autonomous political power in relation to socialism and anarchism.
  2. Bakunin: Founder of revolutionary unionism.
  3. However, this does not mean, at any time, revolutionary unionism should be removed or disconnected from anarchism, whatever you believe Edilene.

Revolutionary Approach

  1. In this way Malcolm X rejected the conservative values of the Nation of Islam in favor of a more radical, revolutionary approach to social change.
  2. Gordan found Hilbert 's revolutionary approach difficult to appreciate and not at all consistent with his ideas of constructive mathematics. (Web site)
  3. Bookchin has twisted this revolutionary approach by forming a reformist, leftist party with a green tinge for local body elections. (Web site)

Revolutionary Era

  1. Of all the great men of the revolutionary era to whom we owe our freedom, Washington's greatness was the rarest and the most needed.

Revolutionary Politics

  1. The idea behind anarcho-syndicalism is to combine the economic methods of syndicalism with the revolutionary politics of anarchism.
  2. Sri Aurobindo threw himself into revolutionary politics, associating with the great figures of Bengal such as Bipin Pal, B.C Chatterji. (Web site)
  3. Lenin stood for class politics, for revolutionary politics, not nationalism and class collaborationism. (Web site)

Revolutionary Marxism

  1. A group of anarchists who began to draw these conclusions, the Friends of Durruti, broke from anarchism and moved toward revolutionary Marxism.
  2. Leninism, Trotskyism, Maoism, revolutionary Marxism) or through reform (e.g.
  3. It requires years of patient mass organizing, studying, debating and advancing our understanding and practice of revolutionary Marxism in this country.

Revolutionary Concept

  1. Around the same time, former professional wrestler Joseph Raymond "Toots" Mondt had a revolutionary concept.
  2. He developed a simple but revolutionary concept that was to become the foundation of a new way of looking at the world, called quantum theory. (Web site)

Revolutionary Work

  1. Wassily Kandinsky produced his early work in Russia, his mature and most revolutionary work in Germany, and his later work in France. (Web site)

Revolutionary Force

  1. Maoism differs from the traditional Marxism in the fact that the peasants are perceived as a revolutionary force as opposed to the proletariat. (Web site)

Revolutionary Forces

  1. The primary parties to the conflict were the Imperial forces of the Qing Dynasty, and the revolutionary forces of the Revolutionary Alliance (Tongmenghui).
  2. Despite the diversity of revolutionary forces in the 16th century, the Reformation had largely consistent results throughout Western Europe. (Web site)

Revolutionary Changes

  1. In contrast to events in France, revolutionary changes in the Netherlands occurred comparatively peacefully.
  2. Even fellow Trotskyists, who were hoping that the event would drive the CP leftward, thought it presaged revolutionary changes.
  3. Either way, definitive treatment of the cause of bile duct infection is the next step, and this has undergone revolutionary changes in the past decade. (Web site)

Revolutionary Organization

  1. By this time, the Katipunan (revolutionary organization) had gained enough momentum in Luzon and the Philippine War of Independence was engaged in 1896. (Web site)
  2. Adolf Hitler became Nazi Party chairman on July 28, 1921, and at once began a program where the Nazi Party became a radical and revolutionary organization.
  3. Dame Gruev talks about the creation of a Revolutionary Organization in Macedonia, January 18th, 1905. (Web site)

Revolutionary Committee

  1. In April 1972 Zhao returned to Guangdong where he was appointed vice-chairman of the Revolutionary Committee. (Web site)

Revolutionary Period

  1. The perennial problem of what should be the role of anarchists in a revolutionary period is always relevant. (Web site)
  2. During the Revolutionary period, Boieldieu left for Paris and wisely started work as a piano tuner.
  3. United Methodism took form as an organized church in this country during the revolutionary period of our history. (Web site)

Revolutionary Army

  1. Voline returned to Russia when revolution broke out, doing similar educational writing & distribution, & joined the revolutionary army of Nestor Makhno.
  2. When the Xinhai Revolution against the Qing Dynasty broke out in 1911 he joined the Revolutionary Army in Hunan.
  3. Mao led an army, called the "Revolutionary Army of Workers and Peasants", which was defeated and scattered after fierce battles.

Russian Revolution

  1. As in the later Russian Revolution, the white armies seemed at one point in a position to strangle the revolutionary regime, but failed for lack of unity. (Web site)

Revolutionary Movements

  1. In the Russian Revolution, after the overthrow of the tsarist state, many revolutionary movements sprang up all throughout the collapsing Russian Empire.
  2. Their non-natural interpretations paved the way for revolutionary movements like Cubism and Expressionism. (Web site)
  3. After 1886 the czarist government often used the Don Cossacks to suppress revolutionary movements throughout Russia. (Web site)

Revolutionary Guards

  1. At a time of rising tension between the West and Tehran, Revolutionary Guards on Monday launched war games in central Iran.
  2. His work in the Revolutionary Guards was related to suppression of dissidents in Iran and abroad. (Web site)

Rosa Luxemburg

  1. While not concealing his criticisms of the mistakes of Rosa Luxemburg, Lenin held Rosa Luxemburg in high regard as a revolutionary and internationalist. (Web site)
  2. What Rosa Luxemburg called “the fusion of science and the workers” is unthinkable outside a revolutionary party. (Web site)
  3. The real place of Rosa Luxemburg has still to be located precisely in the history of the revolutionary movement. (Web site)

Revolutionary Party

  1. Thus, rather than the working class as a whole seizing power, it is the "vanguard" which takes power -- "a revolutionary party, even after seizing power. (Web site)
  2. The conceptions of a revolutionary party and vanguard, developed by Lenin, brought to existence one of the largest tyrannies the world has ever known. (Web site)
  3. Only near the end of 1918 did Rosa Luxemburg recognize the need for a new revolutionary party and a new International.

National Revolutionary Army

  1. In April 1927, Chiang Kaishek purged the Communists from his National Revolutionary Army and the expedition was put on halt.
  2. In contrast to most of the National Revolutionary Army, it was controlled by the Communist Party of China and not the ruling Kuomintang. (Web site)
  3. Chinese weapons were mainly produced for the National Revolutionary Army in the Hanyang, Guangdong and Taiyuan Arsenals.

Revolutionary Socialist

  1. Revolutionary socialist, then an anarchist. (Web site)
  2. Amid this turmoil, Otto Strasser, a revolutionary Socialist, began to grope his way towards the future.

Revolutionary Socialists

  1. Social democratic parties originally included both democratic socialists and revolutionary socialists such as Rosa Luxemburg and Vladimir Lenin.
  2. The division in the International between the 'communists' (the Marxists) and the revolutionary socialists (anarchists) created two 'wings' of socialism.
  3. The Communists are the upholders of the principle and practice of, authority, the Revolutionary Socialists have confidence only in liberty. (Web site)

Sun Yat-Sen

  1. On the other hand, since the failure of the Second Revolution, Sun Yat-sen and his allies were trying to rebuild the revolutionary movement. (Web site)
  2. But Sun Yat-sen was running the Guomindang government in Canton which the Comintern considered "revolutionary". (Web site)
  3. In return for financial support, Sun Yat-sen promised the Hill syndicate railroad, banking, and commercial concessions in the new revolutionary China. (Web site)

Revolutionary Government

  1. This group, which included such notables as Lavoisier, produced the metric system, which was then adopted by the revolutionary government of France.
  2. On Jan. 1, 1912, a revolutionary government was established with Sun Yat-sen as the provisional president and the country was named the Republic of China.
  3. Overnight, Lenin had vaulted from his hideout as a fugitive to head the Revolutionary government of the largest country in the world.

Revolutionary Anarchists

  1. In addition, revolutionary anarchists argue that even if anarchists did not support revolutionary change, this would not stop such events happening.
  2. This position has been argued by revolutionary anarchists ever since -- decades before Marxists did.
  3. There are many areas where we revolutionary anarchists can work with Albert and others who advocate Parecon.

Revolutionary Syndicalism

  1. Anarchism had found its second wind in revolutionary syndicalism; the Russian Revolution gave it its third.
  2. At all times he kept faith with the ideas of revolutionary syndicalism which he put into practice by founding a number of independent trade unions.
  3. In reality there is no such thing as just "syndicalism", and anarcho-syndicalism and revolutionary syndicalism are one and the same thing.


  1. Some revolutionaries outside of the Marxist tradition, such as libertarian socialists, have described themselves as revolutionary socialists.
  2. Neither does he dwell on any particular form of organisation which revolutionaries should employ prior to, or indeed after the revolutionary period. (Web site)
  3. As was the case with so many revolutionaries in the early part of this century, Le Duan's education as a revolutionary came in prison. (Web site)

Revolutionary Activities

  1. At this college, which was a centre of revolutionary activities, he came into contact with revolutionaries such as Bhagwati Charan, Sukhdev and others.
  2. From the 18th through the 20th centuries, the Czars used Cossacks extensively to suppress revolutionary activities and conduct foreign wars. (Web site)
  3. Marx was exiled from Paris and Brussels for his revolutionary activities and settled in London where he lived until his death. (Web site)

French Revolutionary Wars

  1. This is an appropriate point to mark the transition between the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars (Napoleon was crowned emperor in 1804).
  2. The Knights' reign ended when Napoleon captured Malta on the way to Egypt during the French Revolutionary Wars in 1798. (Web site)
  3. The French Revolutionary Wars is a valuable addition to any discussion of the Revolutionary era.

American Revolutionary War

  1. Defence, launched in 1763, fought in many battles in the American Revolutionary War, the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. (Web site)
  2. The Continental Navy operated some 50 ships over the course of the American Revolutionary War, but no more than about 20 at one time.
  3. The American Revolutionary War (1776–83) saw the revolutionaries use force to break free from British rule and claim these western lands.

Revolutionary Wars

  1. France had conscription since the Revolutionary Wars, Austria-Hungary since 1868, Germany since 1870, Italy since 1873 and Russia since 1874.
  2. Britain and France came to terms and signed a peace treaty in 1802, ending the Revolutionary Wars (see Amiens, peace of).

Revolutionary War

  1. He also served as paymaster to George Washington 's army, for a time, during the Revolutionary War.
  2. Jonathan Trumbull was the only colonial governor to hold his job for the periods of time before and after the Revolutionary war. (Web site)
  3. The last major battle to take place in New Jersey during the Revolutionary War (and for the rest of the history of New Jersey) was the Battle of Springfield.


  1. Marxism, then, has tended to be a theoretical or analytical discourse about revolutionary strategy. (Web site)
  2. Issues of revolutionary strategy need to be addressed by anarchists, but I believe we can find anti-authoritarian answers. (Web site)
  3. Agorists, who practice alternative strategies rather than electoral politics, label their strategy as revolutionary. (Web site)

Revolutionary Practice

  1. Proficient in the laws of historical development, they have mastered the science of Marxism and applied it in revolutionary practice.


  1. Economically, the theory of associated production expounded by Proudhon and Bakunin became consciously revolutionary practice.
  2. Above all, Marxian dialectic integrates critical theory with revolutionary practice which would emancipate the working class and construct socialism.
  3. Anarchism has tended to be an ethical discourse about revolutionary practice. (Web site)

Revolutionary Action

  1. On the other hand, Marx argued that socio-economic change occurred through organized revolutionary action. (Web site)
  2. Leninism & the unions come under fire as top-down bureaucracies whose need to manage and control are always at odds with revolutionary action. (Web site)


  1. Today, he is a prisoner of war of the revolution in Gatchina, and Russia forms the vanguard of revolutionary action in Europe.
  2. These radicals transformed anarchist thought from a philosophy dreamed up by a few eccentric western Europeans into a strategy of revolutionary action. (Web site)
  3. Following Bakunin, we see the need for revolutionary action to end capitalism. (Web site)


  1. His arrest caused a sensation, for the proof of his connection with the revolutionary cause was clear. (Web site)
  2. These militias are proof of the support for revolutionary change among the Tibetan masses.
  3. As he put it, "the proof" of his mutualist ideas lay in the "current practice, revolutionary practice" of "those labour associations. (Web site)


  1. By now, these features are more obligatory than anything else, and Virtua Fighter 3 seems a little too late to be revolutionary. (Web site)
  2. These letters more than anything else explain the pro digious work of Bakunin in the revolutionary movement of the century. (Web site)
  3. Why, there is hardly anything that shake people up so thoroughly as a revolutionary situation.


  1. South.]] The south was a hotbed of revolutionary activity where opposition to the Beiyang cliques was the strongest. (Web site)


  1. The history of physics is full of apparent sightings and tantalising hints of the Higgs that could have been revolutionary but then evaporated.
  2. Quantum Theory is the most revolutionary discovery in physics since Newton. (Web site)
  3. The reason for this difference is that revolutionary changes occurred in physics during the 1920s.


  1. The Last Express is revolutionary in a similar way - through its use of real time and brilliant writing, the game ups the ante for storytelling in gaming.
  2. A revolutionary concept and approach to myth, magic, and gaming. (Web site)


  1. The AFL-CIO also is confronting the challenges posed by revolutionary changes in the nature of work and the composition of the workforce. (Web site)


  1. In his book The Confessions of a Revolutionary (1849), Proudhon wrote among other things, the well known phrase, "anarchy is order". (Web site)
  2. This book looks at the role of Methodism in the Revolutionary and early national South.
  3. Revolutionary not only in subject matter but also in style, this book (written in 1950) launched the Beat movement and crowned Jack Kerouac its king.

Revolutionary Theory

  1. Lenin also says, “ Without a revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement.
  2. It also gives the impression that anarchism as a revolutionary theory must be evaluated purely from one event in its history.
  3. SLAC scientists have found a way to test a particular version of this revolutionary theory. (Web site)


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