American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A U.S. political party that sought to represent the interests of farmers and laborers in the 1890s, advocating increased currency issue, free coinage of gold and silver, public ownership of railroads, and a graduated federal income tax. Also called People's Party.
“Swami Agnivesh shows what can be done: an Indian spiritual leader with guts and vision, he leads marches against feticide and never hesitates to condemn the practice roundly.”
“Indian social activist Swami Agnivesh renounced worldly possessions and launched a political movement forty years ago, based on the principle of "social spirituality".”
“Noting that all those responsible for Anderson's escape including the then prime minister, Rajiv Gandhi, were responsible for treason against Indians, Agnivesh said, "People who sell the country are ruling and human right defenders are put in jail.”
“Anandito Mukherjee/European Pressphoto Agency Mr. Hazare, 72, checked pamphlets while fellow social activist Swami Agnivesh, left, looked on.”
“Swami Agnivesh, a respected peace activist, divorced himself from the protest, saying he was perplexed why Hazare was still fasting after Singh agreed Thursday to debate his proposal and the opposition concurred.”
“That was a great moment in our history, where the representatives of our nation got up to salute Hazare and appeal to him to give up his fast," Agnivesh said.”
“Swami Agnivesh, a respected peace activist, divorced himself from the protest, saying he was puzzled that Hazare was still fasting after Singh had agreed to debate his proposal.”
“Reports said the state government had contacted leading social worker Swami Agnivesh to negotiate with the rebels to secure Mr Krishna's release.”
“Hazare will be taken in a procession from the prison on Friday morning, Swami Agnivesh, a social activist, said after meeting him at the jail.”
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