Bolshevik

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Synonyms for Bolshevik

emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries

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a Russian member of the left-wing majority group that followed Lenin and eventually became the Russian communist party

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of or relating to Bolshevism

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and even told the hangman that "The Bolshevists will one day hang you.
The struggle against the bolshevists and communists and the popular claims against the German elites was seen by quite a number of former radical liberals in 1932 as resembling the struggle against Ultramontanism in the period of the Kulturkampf.
His final solicitation addressed the widely-held view that literacy would keep out political revolutionaries, arguing that this tactic would not ban Bolshevists, because, as was demonstrated, they are literate.
Can it be contended that there is no way in which a state can prevent the entire education of a considerable portion of its future citizens being controlled and conducted by bolshevists, syndicalists and communists?
He appears to interfere with family life more than the Bolshevists do, and to do it in the name of the sacredness of the family.
Paderewski, who well recognized his great debt to the Americans, immediately responded to Hoover's inquiry, but he insisted that the Pinsk affair was an execution of Bolshevists, traitors against the Polish cause, not a pogrom against Jews.
Despite his claim that the Isma ilis' principle of "knowledge and work" as the means for personal happiness "is what was advocated, after hundreds of years, by [Ferdinand] LaSalle and [Karl] Marx, and what has become today the motto of the Bolshevists in Russia" (p.
As a young, inspired novelist he was for some time under the spell of the Bolshevists and was a member of the Communist Party for a few years, but later resigned, lamenting, "What a pity that socialism as a noble idea was destroyed by the Russians.