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Synonyms for Bonaparte

French general who became emperor of the French (1769-1821)

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In our case, however, amendments are invariably made by Bonapartist rulers to suit their purpose.
Do you have to be a Bonapartist to be moved by the Arc de Triomphe and its sculptural decoration?
'Anarchism, Marxism and the Bonapartist State', Connexions Library, (last access 7 March 2016).
threat of a Bonapartist popular reaction in Britain--the more audiences
A victory of the 'whites' would, according to Dan, usher in a counterrevolutionary, bonapartist dictatorship that would set back for a long time the gains of the revolution.
Sayeed (1980) presented Bhutto's populist movement and the Bonapartist state.
Almost 20 years after his death, the reigning monarch, King Louis Philippe, no Bonapartist but under political pressure, ordered his body taken back to France and 'on a chilly December day, Napoleon's coffin, drawn by sixteen horses, passed under the Arc de Triomphe, built to commemorate his victories, and down the Champ Elysees .
Wehler described the German Empire as "a Bonapartist dictatorship based on plebiscitary support and operation within the framework of a semi-absolutist, pseudo-constitutional monarchy." (33) He believed that a disastrous course had been set for the entire direction of the German Empire, and that the social, economic, and psychic structures of the Kaiserreich acted as matrices and were able to produce similar configurations over a long period of time.
This all happened near the end of Napoleon Bonaparte's exile on the island, and a jealous colleague sent the authorities an anonymous letter accusing Dante of being a Bonapartist traitor.
A staunch republican and Bonapartist, the young Jean-Frangois had a way of ending up on the wrong side of the authorities.
The Revolution's troubled course, its Napoleonic capture, and two different restorations of the Bourbon monarchy, sowed ongoing division between those who sought to complete the Revolution, those who wished to bury it, and those who advocated some version of Bonapartist imperialism.
Prime Minister Recip Tayyab Erdogan, whose AK Party won three general elections, restructured the economy, spawned a new elite of Anatolian entrepreneurs (the Kaysari, Trabazon and Sivas pashas), defanged the Bonapartist (Kemalist) generals of the military high command, attracted more FDI in a decade than in the entire 90-year history of the Turkish Republic, has lost his aura of invincibility with a vengeance.
He postulates that the identification of the Latin American republic with the Bonapartist manifest destiny project may have provided the impetus for Marx to undervalue Latin America's national dynamic.