- n. Alternative capitalization of Bolshevism
“His use of the term bolshevism, and perhaps the film itself, is a reaction to the “red scare” in the U.S. in the early 1920s.”
“Rep. George Miller, D-Martinez, has proposed commonsense measures to restore its effectiveness in the Employee Free Choice Act. Employers are mounting a hysterical campaign against it, even calling it "bolshevism," and claiming to be protectors of their workers 'rights.”
“Even without lingering over the prissy concept of non-political 'bolshevism', we get the picture.”
“bolshevism," "socialism," etc., where the definition of the situation does not agree with the traditional one.”
“In 1937, when FDR proposed the nation's first federal minimum wage, the National Association of Manufacturers warned that it "constitutes a step in the direction of communism, bolshevism, fascism, and Nazism.”
“Maybe Ms. McMahon fears that her country club followers will take all this seriously and imagine the WWE as a hotbed of bolshevism.”
“Topics to be embraced within the LRHQ range from global warming to keynesianism, and from trilateralism to godless bolshevism, and the more irrelevant the issue to which you can attach the LRHQ, the less of it there will be left for the public to give credit any real, actually existing conspiracies.”
“Riga is the capital of Latvia now for the interesting part in that bolshevism ended with the fall of the berlin wall, now social democrats pull strings.”
“The appalling and senseless First World War sank deep into consciousness of the British nation and explains why bolshevism was granted receptive audiences throughout Europe and why the nations of Europe were eager to appease Hitler 20 years later.”
“Domestic disputes were still quiescent though less so after the 1917 Russian revolution, where Russia was ripped open by the wolfish, bloodthirsty Bolsheviks which knocked it out of the war and gave Europe the misguided but enthusiastically received messianic appeal of bolshevism in its war weary nations.”
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