class warfare

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Synonyms for class warfare

conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes)

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The early Americans could be Harringtonian--as defined by Sitaraman--and avoid a class warfare constitution because of the astonishing equality that already existed in the country.
If Mr Bell objects to class warfare why does he support a vicious Tory government which has denied benefits for the disabled, imposed sanctions on the unemployed for trivial reasons, introduced the bedroom tax and plans to make futher cuts of 12 billion pounds from the welfare budget?
True,the public face of Scottish Labour was Westminster blairites like Douglas Alexander but just beneath the surface,a bunch of apes clinging on to 1970s class warfare politics.
Class envy and class warfare don't create economic growth, wealth or jobs.
Rather than attributing the rise of portraiture to technologies that facilitated the production and dissemination of images, the increasing availability of expendable income among the lower middle classes and the rise of consumerism, or even Enlightenment theories relating nerve stimulation and subjective experience to the exploration of subjectivity, Elliott attributes the ubiquity of portraiture in this period to class warfare.
In a nutshell, the movie is about class warfare and the things it encompasses -- such as racism.
The emerging consensus is that it will take a new program of "working-class populism," with a dose of class warfare.
There is class warfare being waged in the 2012 campaign.
With this production, TheatreFIRST continues its commitment to nontraditional and multi-ethnic casting: Josie Alvarez, a Latin-American actor, will take on the role of Carol, which Storm expects will deepen the issues of class warfare in the play.
A January video posted on Weasel Zippers was titled "Debbie Does Class Warfare.
In his 2004 annual letter to his company's shareholders, investor Warren Buffett, one of the richest men on the planet, observed in a now-famous quote: "If class warfare is being waged in America, my class is clearly winning.
The blogger in Florida -- a former Post staffer -- also pointedly referred to Cox's majority owners as members of the Forbes 400 wealthiest Americans, just to promote a little class warfare.
Low-Wage Capitalism" is an important addition to the discussion of wealth divide and class warfare in today's world.
Dangerfield based his diagnosis on a cross-section of institutions, politics, and personalities, set against the bitter class warfare of the time.
In his letter, Chomsky says he was pleased to learn about the action, adding: "The savage cuts, hardly concealed class warfare, are likely to harm Britain for a long time to come.