class struggle

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Synonyms for class struggle

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

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In Britain, the Labour Party (under Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and Edward Miliband) was too coy even to mention the post-2008 intensification of the class war against the majority, leading to the rise across the Labour heartland of the UK Independence Party (Ukip), with its Brexit parochialism.
In Britain, the Labour Party, under Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and Edward Miliband, was too coy even to mention the post-2008 intensification of the class war against the majority, leading to the rise across the Labour heartland of the U.
Be in no doubt, that was the class war you saw being trotted out from the millionaire Chancellor on Wednesday.
Now Palast is back with his new book, ``Armed Madhouse,'' which offers ``Dispatches from the Frontlines of the Class War.
But what really impressed me in the novel was London's absolute neglect of easy moralism: the class war was a class war, not a confrontation between bad, selfish, greedy, cruel bosses and good, generous, loving, righteous workers.
This is not red tape, part of the class war, or a return to adversarial trade unionism.
In the New Year he moved on to the Ruhr, whose heavy industry had become a battleground of the class war.
But if Mr Blair really meant that the class war is over he ought to stop ministers coming out with silly policies to bolster their silly prejudices.
The Chancellor opens a second front: the class war.
Not to mention a thorough history of the class war initiated by the corporate elite in the 1970s, with its pro-capitalist propaganda juggernaut and lavish funding for the institutional infrastructure of the new right.
Whereas "art" photography was thought to serve only the interests of the bourgeoisie, either as entertainment or as a means of solidifying their power, worker-photography was to serve a radical function in both the class war and the struggle against fascism.
Lest we forget the gradual erosion of a caring welfare state under the present administration, where the blossoming cult of hypocrisy means the poor are forced to pay for the excesses of the rich who unashamedly re-ignite the class war and lay to waste a new generation, now deprived of a safety net on the blind expediency of political dogma.
I was under the impression that the class war was actually started by the Tory-led Coalition government.