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a Communist who tries to rewrite Marxism to justify a retreat from the revolutionary position

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Revisionist notions were reaching state legislators, notably from Buzz Breedlove at the California Research Bureau.
Most importantly, Sharpe sees his own interest in cultural history as departing widely from other revisionists, such as Russell, who privilege the manuscript over print and eschew literary, artistic, and architectural texts.
Any failure to resist revisionist probing, which Grygiel and Mitchell define as any "low-intensity and low-risk test aimed at gauging the opposing state's power and will to maintain security and influence over a region," is purported to encourage further aggression, which permits the growth of menacing Eurasian rivals to the United States.
Why is the history of Revisionist Zionism and their Polish supporters so central to a book that claims we have misunderstood the Holocaust and purports to offer a new explanation for it?
Marston's Revisionist Craft Lager, 5% ABV, 500ml bottle, available at Tesco Marston's Brewery can trace its origins back to 1834 and now operates five breweries throughout England.
What I in fact did was to list Maurice alongside Alan Clark and John Charmley in what I dubbed the Tory Revisionist School, who all believed that Britain shouldn't have declared war against Hitler in September 1939, something Maurice reiterated in a Sunday Telegraph article on the 50th anniversary.
Revisionist historians, particularly on the German side, have argued this was not necessarily the case.
She looks at the shift from the neo-orthodox zone to the revisionist zone, beginning with a theology articulated by Hendrick Kraemer (1888-1965) in the West, then theological figures outside the Western Christian centers.
The iconic Revisionist leader said: "The blackest of all characteristics is the tradition of the cheapness of Jewish blood, on the shedding of which there is no prohibition and for which you do not pay.
PNN The father of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and leader in the revisionist Zionist movement, Benzion Netanyahu, died on Monday at the age of 102.
Khlevniuk's dismissal of revisionist arguments does not derive from new evidence but rather from his interpretation of evidence already incorporated into revisionist accounts.
In each chapter he provides a thorough and balanced accounting of both sides of the debate, in some cases stating the revisionist case more thoroughly and concisely than had the revisionists themselves.
In the late 1960s and the 1970s, in the disciplines of history and political science, cutting-edge scholars published a series of revisionist works.
Though Kaufman's conclusions are the same as original interpretations, he differs from orthodox accounts by using revisionist arguments to make what had been a decidedly conventional claim.
Readers of American revisionist history will appreciate this approach by the author of PARADISE AND POWER, which continues the re-evaluation of America's place in the world.