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Synonyms for communize

make Communist or bring in accord with Communist principles

make into property owned by the state


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85) Amy Porter, "God's Partner," Collier 's, December 25, 1943, 75; "Georgia Plant Targeted by Ambitious CIO Organizers: CIO Out to Communize LeTourneau Company," Joyful News (May-June 1943), 4.
Kim's Sunshine Policy is aimed at ending the Cold-War regime on the peninsula and helping North Korea turn to a policy of openness and change that will eventually lead to its giving up of the strategy to communize the South by force.
Filipino democracy should have been a shining new hope for Asia, but it wasn't, because a group in Central Luzon calling itself the "People's Anti-Japanese Army," or the "Huks," were ready to communize the former colony.
Yet, during the last half of the twentieth century the defense mandate assumed disproportionate importance because of the perceived threat from the Soviet Union and its effort to communize the world.
In the 1930s, Japan, then militarily powerful, was the main barrier to Soviet ambitions to communize Asia.
Run out of Russia by his former partner in monstrous crime, Trotsky ended up in Mexico, never renounced his desire to communize or socialize the world, and went to his Maker when one of Stalin's henchmen plunged an axe into his skull in 1940.
Ford also has established an ISO Integration Committee to communize its quality systems and merge the certifications between Europe and North America.
Marco Aurelio Garcia, who founded the SPF with Lula and still serves as Lula's top adviser, is a hard line Marxist-Leninist, who participated in Salvador Allende's Cuban-directed attempt to communize Chile.
Eating less meat and supporting pastoralist communizes at every level is essential to combat the destructive trend of factory farms.
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