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  • ...] [[Central Intelligence Agency]] to overthrow [[Jacobo Árbenz Guzmán]], the democratically-elected {{Wp link|President of Guatemala}}. ...nhower administration]], in the context of the [[anti-communist]] fears of the [[McCarthyist]] era.
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  • secretary = [[Debabrata Biswas]]<ref name="eci">http://www.eci.gov.in/mis-Political_Parties/organisational_election_state_parties.pdf</ref> | ...olitical party after the independence of India. It has its main stronghold in [[West Bengal]].
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  • ...''All-Soviet Peace Conference''' was a conference held in Moscow in August 1949. Attendees included [[W. E. B. Du Bois]] [[Wikipedia:W. E. B. Du Bois|(WP) [[Category:1949 in the Soviet Union]]
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  • ...Anna Louise Strong at the time of her recall from the Seattle School Board in 1918. ...support for [[Communism|communist]] movements in the [[Soviet Union]] and the [[People's Republic of China]].
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  • '''Anti-communist mass killings''' refer to the political [[mass murder]] of [[Communism|communists]], alleged communists, The Dirty War refers to the state-sponsored violence against [[Argentina|Argentine]] citizenry from rou
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  • | alma_mater=[[Central Party School of the Communist Party of China]] | office=Vice Chairman of the [[Central Advisory Commission]]
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  • |country = the United Kingdom ...er, ''Proletarian''. The Marxist journal ''LALKAR'' is closely allied with the party.
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  • |caption = Deng Xiaoping in 1979 ...Central Advisory Commission|Chairman of the Central Advisory Commission of the Communist Party]]
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  • ...ional relations theory; and outlining radical historiographical principles in his book ''What Is History?'' '''Edward Hallett "Ted" Carr''' {{Wp link|Order of the British Empire|CBE}} (28 June 1892 – 3 November 1982) was a realist and l
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  • |office = [[Chairman of the Communist Party USA]] ...[[Communist Party USA]] from 1934 to 1945. He was expelled from the party in 1946.
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  • ...than 40-year division of [[Germany]]. From the 1990 reunification onwards, the Federal Republic of Germany has been commonly known as [[Germany]]. ...Soviet Union]] and became the [[GDR|German Democratic Republic]], [[GDR]] (in German: Deutsche Demokratische Republik, DDR) with its capital East Berlin.
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  • :''This article focusses on the Fourth International prior to 1963. See [[Fourth International (Post-Reunif ...transitional">''[http://www.marxists.org/archive/trotsky/1938/tp/index.htm The Transitional Program]''. Retrieved November 5, 2008.</ref> Thus, Trotskyist
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  • ...www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12522848 |title=Gene Sharp: Author of the nonviolent revolution rulebook |publisher=[[BBC]] |first=Arrow |last=Ruarid ...which have influenced numerous anti-government resistance movements around the world.
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  • |year_start = 1949 |life_span = 1949–1990
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  • ...orkers' movement (Top row: [[August Bebel]] and [[Wilhelm Liebknecht]] for the SDAP - Middle: [[Karl Marx]] as an ideal pulse<br>Bottom row: [[Carl Wilhel ...0030, Münster, SPD-Parteitag, Willy Brandt.jpg|thumb|SPD party convention in 1988, with Nobel prize winner [[Willy Brandt]], chairman from 1964 to 1987]
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  • |country = the United Kingdom ...ader Keir Hardie painted at the time of the foundation of the organisation in 1893.]]
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  • |students = [[National Students Union of India]] |labour = [[Indian National Trade Union Congress]] [[(INTUC)]]
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  • ...awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner. ...> Americans continued to celebrate National Women's Day on the last Sunday in February.<ref name = "kaplan" />
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  • [[Image:Flag of Israel.png|right|thumb|The flag of the State of Israel]] ...people]]. Subsequent conflicts have resulted in [[military occupation]] of the remainder of Palestine. Despite efforts by both parties, attempts to negoti
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  • He was ousted in a [[coup d'état]] engineered by the [[CIA]], and was replaced by a [[military junta]], headed by Colonel [[Carl He went into exile after the coup and died in [[Mexico]] in 1971.
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