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Synonyms for insurrectionary

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of or relating to or given to insurrection

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Insurrectionary war, in many respects, is war for the minds of men, war for control or the organs of local government and administration; a war of public administration where votes are cast with rifles.
Which is to say, anarchist modes of organising are multiple: they have been adapted to sustain small-scale operations such as bookstores, publishing houses, and social spaces or, in times of insurrectionary transformation, economic and social infrastructure encompassing factories, farms, cities and regionally federated governing structures.
IN A 1967 REVIEW of Regis Debray's Revolution in the Revolution?, the Pakistani-American political scientist Eqbal Ahmad described the book as "radical but wrong." Debray had argued that revolutionaries, particularly those in Latin American, should forgo engaging in politics and instead rely on insurrectionary tactics to push forward their agendas.
Lowe's opening moves in her first chapter are largely based on a single interesting 1803 letter by a colonial official in Trinidad musing that Chinese labour might well provide a racially distinctive but still subordinate class to be preferred to potentially insurrectionary Black slaves (22-23).
Fowler examines a form of insurrectionary action in newly independent Mexico that entailed some entity--garrison, town council, state legislature--drawing up a list of demands and circulating it until it got enough endorsements to force the government to negotiate.
In the case of De Quincey's famous 1849 essay, for instance, Fairclough argues that the "insurrectionary associations of De Quincey's account of the mail as an agent of sympathetic communication in 'The English Mail-Coach' are so pervasive they threaten to derail the essay's loyalist argument entirely" (224).
They are "insurrectionary displacement," "subversive layering," "opportunistic conversion," and "symbiotic (or parasitic) drift" (Mahoney and Thelen 2010, 18; see Figure 1).
Paul still has a copy of the Sex Pistols' insurrectionary single Anarchy in the UK that he bought as a 13 year-old.
So the new charter restricted the legislature's freedoms and its powers over the executive; in particular, it granted the president"extraordinary powers" in case of"grave and immediate threat." It also allowed the declaration of a"state of siege," during which the president could transfer police powers to the army and create military tribunals to try those accused of external or insurrectionary attacks.
Meanwhile, Nkurunziza urged international media in Burundi to "abstain from encouraging insurrectionary movements."
Opponents of the Second Amendment claim that the insurrectionary theory of the masses overthrowing the government is outdated.
With the tenth installment this past summer, it was only natural to expect a celebration of this peripatetic European biennial's persistence, even at the expense of some of its initial insurrectionary spirit.
IN THE LAST 25 YEARS, Italian insurrectionary anarchists have been responsible for dozens of attacks in the country and abroad.
Second, what are the underlying values that define the peoples of the Arab countries, and how do those values shape the core aspirations, routine political conduct or occasional insurrectionary bursts of millions of Arabs?