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  • ...[[Jacobo Árbenz Guzmán]], the democratically-elected {{Wp link|President of Guatemala}}. ...isenhower administration]], in the context of the [[anti-communist]] fears of the [[McCarthyist]] era.
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  • ...place the Teller Amendment, however, important decisions of the government of Cuba remained subject to override by the United States. This [[suzerainty]] ...Sidney|authorlink1=Sidney Lens|last2=Zinn|first2=Howard |title=The Forging of the American Empire|publisher=Pluto Press|location=London|year=2003|origyea
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  • ...best remembered as one of the founders of the [[Social Democratic Party of Germany]]. ...ly from {{Wp link|Ostrów Wielkopolski|Ostrowo}} in the {{Wp link|Province of Posen}}, and was born in military barracks.<ref name=americana>{{Cite Ameri
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  • {{Infobox political party |name_english = Arab Socialist Ba'ath* Party
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  • ...ho do not constitute any part of the [[proletariat]]. The source of income of the bourgeoisie is [[surplus value]], which is created by unpaid labor and ...as created, and large sums of money capital were concentrated in the hands of the bourgeoisie.
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  • ...nic and linguistic groups. The country is well known for its native styles of music, particularly makossa and bikutsi, and for its successful national fo ...untry was renamed the United Republic of Cameroon in 1972 and the Republic of Cameroon in 1984.
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  • ...11/12/15/business/daily-stock-market-activity.html "Italy’s Growing Cost of Borrowing Weighs on Investors"] a Reuters article in ''The New York Times'' ==The inevitability of capitalist crises==
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  • ...litical philosophy]] in [[North America]] and [[Europe]] in the first half of the twentieth century. ...industrialist and financier [[Henry Clay Frick]] as an act of [[propaganda of the deed]]. Although Frick survived the attempt on his life, Berkman was se
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  • ...his article is about the philosopher; for the politician, who was Minister of Education, see [[György Lukács (politician)]].'' |death_place = Budapest, [[People's Republic of Hungary|Hungary]]
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  • ...leader of the [[Socialist Workers Party (United States)|Socialist Workers Party]]. ...ent and move to [[California]] in 1953. He was national chairman emeritus of the SWP when he died in Los Angeles on August 21, 1974.
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  • ...m/bleed/Encyclopedia/MostJohann.htm "The Anarchist Encyclopedia: A Gallery of Saints & Sinners" ''Recollection Used Books''] 23 August 2010</ref> ...knew more Scripture than many clergymen knew". <ref>Trautmann, ''The Voice of Terror,'' p. 6.</ref>
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  • ...8x551.jpg|thumb|The leader of the [[Soviet Union]] who defeated the [[Nazi Germany|Nazi German]] dictatorship.]] ...tioning healthcare and education systems, and defeated the German invasion of the USSR during the Great Patriotic War. Despite attempts by Western capita
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  • ...gent. Trotsky's ideas form the basis of the [[communism|communist]] theory of [[Trotskyism]]. ..., [[Kherson Province]], [[Ukraine]], the son of a farmer, David Bronstein, of [[Judaism|Jewish]] background. He was sent at age 8 by his father to [[Odes
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  • [[File:Flag_of_Nazi_Germany_(1935-1945).png|thumb|Flag of Nazi Germany.]] ...y]] under the regime of the [[Nazi Party|National Socialist German Workers Party]], which established a [[Totalitarianism|totalitarian]] [[dictatorship]] th
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  • Editor of ''[[Pravda]]'', ''[[Izvestia]]'' Author of ''[[The ABC of Communism]]'',''The Politics and Economics of the Transition Period'',''Imperialism and World Economy''.
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  • ...ctoral Alternative|WASG]] in 2007|the current, post-merger party|The Left (Germany)}} {{Infobox political party
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  • ...circles founded in various cities of the [[Russian Empire]] about the turn of the century after the [[General Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania, Poland and ...Poale Zion party was formed in [[Poltava]], Ukraine, under the leadership of [[Ber Borochov]], and other groups were soon formed elsewhere in Europe, in
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  • [[File:Flag of Russia.png|250px|thumb|Flag of Russia.]] ...state to the [[Soviet Union]], which was dissolved in 1991. With the fall of the U.S.S.R. the country stopped being a world superpower, and today Russia
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  • {{distinguish|British Socialist Party|Socialist Party (England and Wales)}} {{Infobox political party
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  • | office = [[Federal Minister of Finance (Germany)|Minister of Finance]] | party = [[Social Democratic Party of Germany]]
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