- n. slang, pejorative Plural form of Commie.
“And his failure to even notice two glaring inconsistencies in one short paragraph in "Commies" - about what he says had stunned him in his Rosenberg case research -- reduces his claim to be "a historian" to plain silliness.”
“As sure as Sen. McCarthy blamed Owen Lattimore and the untold thousands of so-called Commies in the State Department and others for losing China, the gentleman from Wisconsin's spiritual clones will launch the same kind of debate that should fascinate us for decades.”
“Don't forget that the Commies were our allies in WW II.”
“His memoirs are entitled Commies: A Journey Through the Old Left, the New Left, and the Leftover Left.”
“For John Weddington who criticizes my calling the "Commies" in Italy "commies":”
“Radosh writes on p151 of the "Commies" paperback edition I read, that since he was "a historian" when the government released the FBI's Rosenberg files, he figured he was "the perfect person to undertake a serious effort to examine them and write a book.”
“If such a thing can be, Radosh's book "Commies" is kind of a (Whittaker Chambers ') "Witness" lite.”
“Imagine a New Wave GWOT with "Commies" playing the baddies.”
“He gave a positive review to the pro-Sandinista thriller Under Fire (one of the great underrated movies of the '80s, by the way, and quite a bit better than Oliver Stone's Salvador) at the time when the magazine was running article after article about the evil Cuban-sponsored Commies (basically the same articles they're running now, except "Commies" has been replaced by "Islamofascists").”
“It was fun to watch Mike's "Commies" move on Asia rather than the Middle East and to see Kimbo's "Cowboys" concentrate on the Middle East.”
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Cultural realia from Hungary.
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