- adj. Of or pertaining to Marxism-Leninism.
“But in December 1961 Castro declared himself a Marxist-Leninist and launched the most aggressive confiscation drive ever in the Americas, collectivizing almost 70 percent of the total economy by 1962.”
“The mere possibility of hiring and firing reforms ignited a ferocious debate, which became so inflamed that in 2002, a remnant of the Marxist-Leninist "Red Brigades" terrorist group killed Marco Biagi, a senior government adviser who favored the reform.”
“The website for the Chicago group, which describes itself as a "revolutionary socialist and Marxist-Leninist organization," shows Kelly and Sundin have been affiliated with it.”
“Official Marxist-Leninist ideology left little role for such fancy people in public life.”
“When I left the university, I was not a Marxist-Leninist, but I was basically influenced by their work.”
“Yes, I state it here, with complete satisfaction [applause] and with full confidence: I am a Marxist-Leninist [pounds the table] and I shall be a Marxist-Leninist to the last day of my life.”
“The Pimpernel of Marxist-Leninist terrorism is back.”
“Here the artist presents Marxism Today, an installation following the uncertain fortunes of Marxist-Leninist teachers from the former communist East Germany.”
“This Marxist-Leninist guerrilla organization has been playing Robin Hood taking from the rich and giving it to the poor and has been at war with the Colombian government since 1966.”
“Or perhaps Van Jones, the Marxist-Leninist worshiper of Castro?”
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