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COUNTRY
FRANCE
EQUALITY
LIBERTY
KING
JERUSALEM
REALITY
LIVES
UNITY
SYMBOL
PALESTINIANS
VIOLENCE
CENTURIES
EXISTENCE
DESPERATE STRUGGLE
SURVIVAL
DEMOCRACY
STATE
SOVIET UNION
END
SLAVERY
IRAN
KURDS
SOCIETY
HISTORY
ENLIGHTENMENT
IDEAS
ANGRA MAINYU
EVIL
GERMANY
COMMUNIST PARTY
SOCIABILITY
EIGHT-HOUR DAY
BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS
PLACE
WORKING CLASS STRUGGLE
WORKING CLASS
GERMAN PEOPLE
MEIN KAMPF
POLITICAL POWER
NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE
ACTIVE PART
WORKING CLASS PEOPLE
INDIAN INDEPENDENCE
MUTUAL AID
ANARCHA-FEMINISTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Struggle"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. This struggle is not merely between Anarchists and Socialists; it also finds its echo within the Anarchist groups. (Web site)
  2. The struggle was designed to weaken the churches and to lay a foundation for the ultimate destruction of the confessional churches after the end of the war. (Web site)
  3. The struggle is not capitalism against communism, but backward civilization against modern civilization.
  4. The struggle was costly to both powers, but Rome was victorious — it conquered the island of Sicily. (Web site)
  5. The struggle was even more difficult for women of color because not only were they dealing with issues of sexism, but also racism.

Country

  1. After a long struggle, Spain wrested the country from Portugal in 1778, by which time almost all of the indigenous people had been exterminated.

France

  1. Pacelli as a papal diplomat in France and his efforts to reconcile both European powers bent on war and factions within France during and after the struggle.
  2. The Hapsburgs (kings of Spain and emperor of Austria) and the Valois (kings of France) were engaged in a bitter struggle for European hegemony. (Web site)
  3. In 1894 the struggle of the Anarchists in France reached its highest expression. (Web site)

Equality

  1. In fact, it is only through that struggle for freedom, equality and solidarity that you will reach an understanding of anarchism.
  2. Her award-winning art displays a perspective from a marginalized people who continue to struggle today for equality and justice.
  3. Ittijah works to strengthen Palestinian citizens of Israel in its struggle for equality.

Liberty

  1. During the last several decades it was chiefly the Anarchists who had organized all the great revolutionary efforts, and aided in every struggle for liberty. (Web site)
  2. The life of Kiril Purlichev was devoted to the struggle for and the liberty of the "Makedonskite B'lgari" (the Macedonian Bulgarians). (Web site)
  3. This place offers you a glimpse into the turbulent past of South Africa - hostels, Freedom Square, the struggle for liberty. (Web site)

King

  1. Thus they were involved in the struggle for power within France as princes but they also had a religious authority over the Church of France as King.
  2. A relative of Porus declared himself king of Paurava (and was consequently also called Porus) and continued the struggle in the eastern part of the country.
  3. Passover celebrates the struggle and eventual freedom of the Jews (Israelites) of their enslavement from the King of Egypt (Pharaoh).

Jerusalem

  1. Amalric I, the king of Jerusalem; Shāwar, the powerful vizier of the Egyptian Fāṭimid caliph; and Shīrkūh formed a struggle. (Web site)
  2. Struggle for the crown In summer 1188, Saladin released Guy of Lusignan, the husband of Queen Sibylla of Jerusalem, from captivity.
  3. A magisterial history of the titanic struggle between the Roman and Jewish worlds that led to the destruction of Jerusalem. (Web site)

Reality

  1. Still Life with Chair Caning gave him and Braque a new weapon in their struggle to give art the force of reality. (Web site)
  2. The characters, Gene and Finny, are the opposing forces in a struggle between the reality of war (World War II) and a separate peace.
  3. But the reality is that the story is about gold and the struggle to get off the Gold Standard and onto a bimetallic standard. (Web site)

Lives

  1. Some 600,000 people lost their lives in this titanic struggle between two States, each attempting to establish sovereignty. (Web site)
  2. They also carry their homeland in their hearts, with memories of Kurdistan and their many years of struggle ever present in their lives.
  3. The American revolutionaries pledged "their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor" to their struggle for liberty and independence. (Web site)

Unity

  1. The Aragua UNT supports the march, and so does the leadership of CCURA. In order to win this struggle the unity of all workers is needed. (Web site)
  2. It shares the suffering and aspiration of the Arab nation and its struggle for freedom, sovereignty, progress and unity. (Web site)
  3. The Church was a source of support and unity during this struggle.

Symbol

  1. Arafat, though with many faults, is a symbol of the struggle of his people against attempts of extermination by an overwhelmingly stronger and cruel enemy. (Web site)
  2. Thomas Becket was later named a saint and is a symbol of the struggle between church and state. (Web site)
  3. President Arafat was not just a leader, he was a symbol for our struggle and our freedom. (Web site)

Palestinians

  1. On March 30th, as Palestinians in our homeland and the diaspora, we remember Land Day and strengthen our struggle for Land, Justice and Return.
  2. By contrast, many Palestinians are still convinced that their struggle against Israel will deliver them what negotiations could not. (Web site)
  3. Some Palestinians worried that Arafat was abandoning the struggle. (Web site)

Violence

  1. Among anarchists, there is no consensus on the legitimacy or utility of violence in revolutionary struggle. (Web site)
  2. In the end, increased violence in the area and a power struggle with Arafat forced Abbas to resign a mere five months after being named prime minister.
  3. The truth is that in every country, in every social movement, violence has been a part of the struggle from time immemorial.

Centuries

  1. On October 10, 1868, the Cuban people began their struggle for independence from Spain, whose colonial rule lasted 4 centuries.
  2. The struggle for freedom of conscience in Europe and America, stretching over many centuries, has no counterpart in Indian History. (Web site)
  3. For centuries on end it played an extraordinary part in Bulgarian history, in the struggle of our nation for spiritual and political freedom. (Web site)

Existence

  1. The years of exile Voldemort settled in a forest, where even existence was a continuous struggle for him. (Web site)
  2. The University of the Punjab came into existence as a result of a long drawn struggle of the people of Punjab after the Indian War of Independence in 1857.
  3. Adaptation, struggle for existence, and the birth of society.

Desperate Struggle

  1. His stylistic approach can be seen as a desperate struggle against the mainstream cinema of the time, or a degrading attack on the viewer’s naivete. (Web site)
  2. American soldiers were serving the Vatican in their desperate struggle to survive the jungles, the hell of warfare, pain, death and destruction. (Web site)
  3. Their whole behavior in the desperate struggle against the hordes of Fascism bears splendid testlmony to this and can be interpreted in no other way. (Web site)

Survival

  1. This palace was held for 40 years by his descendents till it lost its struggle for survival to time and weather. (Web site)
  2. In general – during the German occupation – most Poles were engaged in a desperate struggle for survival. (Web site)
  3. The recent struggle in FRSO called into question both our identity as revolutionaries and our very survival. (Web site)

Democracy

  1. The struggle for democracy is extremely important for the workers, but the struggle for democracy must never be confused with the struggle for socialism.
  2. Kim became a symbol of resistance against political repression in Korea and a spokesman of the Korean people for the struggle for democracy and human rights. (Web site)
  3. Moreover, he says that for veteran paleocons, the current "struggle for democracy" smacks of Marxism.

State

  1. Sucre, in the state of Chuquisaca, played an important part in the struggle for independence, and is rich in museums, libraries and historical archives. (Web site)
  2. Now: if were facing a moment of struggle between the working society and the State and capital, lets say that were at war, like the Zapatistas tell us. (Web site)
  3. This struggle for Jewish religious freedom is a principled fight for justice that expects the state to be impartial in defining authentic religious Judaism.

Soviet Union

  1. Having failed to vanquish the Soviet Union in one quick strike, Germany now had to prepare for a prolonged struggle. (Web site)
  2. Armenia and Azerbaijan began fighting over the area in 1988; the struggle escalated after both countries attained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. (Web site)
  3. The Trotskyists faced a crisis during WWII, as many of them supported the Soviet Union in the struggle against fascism. (Web site)

End

  1. The struggle for power after the death of Yasser Arafat in 2004 signaled the end of a path toward statehood prepared by the Oslo Accords a decade before. (Web site)
  2. The violence led Gandhi to end the struggle, but he had succeeded in placing himself at the center of the Indian national movement. (Web site)
  3. The tri-people of Mindanao have been part of a long struggle to put an end to a centuries-old conflict and the quest for peace in the region.

Slavery

  1. There he must struggle to survive and keep his ideals through slavery, war, and the tyranny of an insane would-be conqueror.
  2. As a result, southern slaveholders came to associate their struggle for freedom from Great Britain with the struggle to preserve slavery. (Web site)
  3. This struggle took place amid strong support for slavery among white Southerners, who profited greatly from the system of enslaved labor.

Iran

  1. Long live the just struggle of the people of Kurdistan and Iran. (Web site)
  2. The country found itself at the crossing of the bitter struggle between the members of the Entente, Turkey, Russia and Iran.
  3. It should not be assumed that the Kurdish struggle inside Iran has been merely a reaction to events in other parts of Kurdistan.

Kurds

  1. The flag of Kurdistan was first introduced by the Kurds in their struggle for independence from the Ottoman Empire (1920).
  2. The Kurds of Iran since 19th century have had their fair share of the struggle for a just society in Iran. (Web site)
  3. During this struggle, the Kurds have lost hundreds of thousands of their people and have been the victims of mass expulsions.

Society

  1. To socialists, that sounds a lot like our own call to action--and it's why we claim Martin Luther King as an inspiration in our struggle for a new society. (Web site)
  2. He argued that the struggle between social classes was the major cause of change in society. (Web site)
  3. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels later used it to describe the movement that advocated class struggle and revolution to establish a society of cooperation.

History

  1. Unfortunately the tide of history was turning and Rameses son, Merenptah had to struggle to maintain the prestige of Egypt. (Web site)
  2. And Philip the Fair, with whom the history of Modern France begins, took up the struggle with the Papacy. (Web site)
  3. Much like Reclus before him, Mumford depicts history as a great struggle between freedom and oppression. (Web site)

Enlightenment

  1. Romain Rolland saw that art must be a part of the struggle to bring enlightenment to people.
  2. After 6 years of struggle he finally understood the meaning of enlightenment under the legendary Bo-tree. (Web site)
  3. In a hilarious Yom Kippur sermon, Rabbi Jonah Grief tells the story of his struggle for enlightenment. (Web site)

Ideas

  1. Let us be clear, non-syndicalist anarchists usually support the ideas of workplace organisation and struggle, of direct action, of solidarity and so on.
  2. It is for that reason anarchists organise to influence the struggle and spread our ideas (see section J.3 for details).
  3. Only constant discussion, the clash of ideas, combined with collective struggle can develop and narrow the unevenness of ideas within the oppressed.

Angra Mainyu

  1. Zoroastrians believe that life is a constant struggle between the spirit of good, Spenta Mainyu, and the spirit of evil, Angra Mainyu.
  2. Zoroaster claimed that Ahura Mazda was not an omnipotent God, but used the aid of humans in the cosmic struggle against Angra Mainyu.

Evil

  1. Now and Then by oldenuf2nobetter Even the death of Voldemort did not end the struggle between good and evil.
  2. Third thing: the most effective people in this struggle to resist evil whom I encountered were almost always Marxists, of one kind or another. (Web site)
  3. Sometimes mentioned as the son of Ahura Mazda, he assists him in his struggle against the forces of evil, represented by Angra Mainyu. (Web site)

Germany

  1. France entered World War II in September 1939 to join its ally, Poland, in its struggle against Germany.
  2. France, Germany and the Struggle for the War-making Natural Resources of the Rhineland Describes the contest for the Ruhr and Saar over the centuries. (Web site)
  3. Germany continues to struggle with a number of social issues although problems created by the German Reunification of 1990 have begun to diminish.

Communist Party

  1. Following a power struggle with Joseph Stalin in the 1920s, Trotsky was expelled from the Communist Party and deported from the Soviet Union.
  2. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) was formed after a prolonged struggle against revisionism. (Web site)
  3. This provoked a struggle with Li Lisan and his allies, who controlled the Communist Party of China. (Web site)

Sociability

  1. Sociability thus puts a limit to physical struggle, and leaves room for the development of better moral feelings. (Web site)
  2. Kropotkin's entry on "Anarchism" in the Encyclopædia Britannica (1910) Sociability is as much a law of nature as mutual struggle. (Web site)

Eight-Hour Day

  1. The anarchists of Chicago were no fringe movement but rather the main leadership of the Chicago unions and in particular the struggle for the eight-hour day. (Web site)

Basic Human Rights

  1. In the name of Islam, money, oil, and perceived regional stability, the Kurds have been isolated in their struggle for basic human rights.
  2. With a great deal of success he introduced a method of non-violence in the Indian struggle for basic human rights.

Place

  1. For many South Africans, Robben Island is a place synonymous with leaders, and the struggle for freedom in this beautiful country.
  2. The Roman civil wars, the struggle between Caesar and Pompey and the war between Brutus and Cassius all took place on Macedonian soil.
  3. It was in Kottayam that the famous Vaikom Satyagraha (1924-25), an epic struggle for eradication of untouchability, took place. (Web site)

Working Class Struggle

  1. She was drawn to the anti-capitalist message of socialism and the cry for working class struggle against the current economic order.

Working Class

  1. If so, it will not happen automatically, it will require the anarchists to take an active part in working class struggle and organisation. (Web site)
  2. Rather, it was a product of working class struggle and resistance to authority, oppression and exploitation.
  3. In this sense, anarchy is not some distant goal but rather an expression of working class struggle.

German People

  1. For Goebbels, 1943 and 1944 were years of struggle to rally the German people behind a regime which was increasingly obviously facing military defeat. (Web site)
  2. At this time of heroic struggle on the part of the German people, these despicable criminals deserve a speedy and dishonorable death. (Web site)

Mein Kampf

  1. In contrast, as can be seen in Mein Kampf, the central doctrine of Nazism is racism and the struggle between peoples.
  2. For Hitler, the new flag had to be "a symbol of our own struggle" as well as "highly effective as a poster." (Mein Kampf, pg. (Web site)

Political Power

  1. A struggle for political power began between General Nguyen Khanh and the activist Buddhist leader, Thich Tin Quang.
  2. From this time starts the struggle for supremacy between the Minamoto and Taira clans and the downfall of the direct political power of the Imperial House. (Web site)
  3. It is involved in a hard and bitter struggle for political power as it seeks to become part of the national organism.

National Independence

  1. In colonized lands such as Egypt and India, museums and archaeology became significant arenas in the struggle for national independence. (Web site)
  2. The border fortifications were built as a clear message to Sweden, as part of the struggle for national independence for Norway.

Active Part

  1. The Bulgarians of Macedonia took active part in the struggle for independent Bulgarian Patriarchate and Bulgarian schools. (Web site)
  2. The Bulgarian population took an active part in the struggle for church and national independence. (Web site)
  3. People from the region took an active part in the struggle for the union of Eastern Rumelia with the Principality of Bulgaria.

Working Class People

  1. This means that anarchists must also learn from working class people in struggle.
  2. Kropotkin placed the struggle of working class people (from which modern anarchism sprung) on par with these older forms of popular organisation.
  3. Thus the struggle of working class people to protect and enhance their liberty under hierarchical society will be the basis for a society without hierarchy.

Indian Independence

  1. The Indian independence struggle incorporated the efforts by Indians to liberate the region from British rule and form the nation-state of India. (Web site)
  2. Though there were occasional religious overtones associated with such movements, many historians acknowledge them as part of Indian Independence Struggle.
  3. The film shows in detail how Singh came to develop his views on the British Raj and his struggle for Indian independence. (Web site)

Mutual Aid

  1. In reality, Kropotkin stressed that mutual aid was a factor in evolution along with mutual struggle. (Web site)
  2. But Kropotkin also (and often) recognized that selection for mutual aid directly benefits each individual in its own struggle for personal success. (Web site)
  3. Perhaps cooperation and mutual aid are the more common results of struggle for existence. (Web site)

Anarcha-Feminists

  1. For anarcha-feminists, combating sexism is a key aspect of the struggle for freedom.

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