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  • proper n. A communist ideological stream that emerged as the mainstream tendency amongst the Communist parties in the 1920s as it was adopted as the ideological foundation of the Communist International during Stalin's era, and was later adopted by the People's Republic of China, Cuba, Vietnam, and several other nations.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • proper n. Marxism, as interpreted by V. I. Lenin.


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  • It is sometimes called Marxism-Leninism because it is associated with the revolutionary doctrines of Marxism and Lenin, a radical collectivism.


  • Even as he warned against “the march of those who seek disruption and conflict throughout the world … an assault on the human spirit called Marxism-Leninism,” he also borrowed from Winston Churchill to stress that conflict was not inevitable, a theme he returned to throughout his life.


  • How a huge military establishment, prepped for offensive war in behalf of Marxism-Leninism, disintegrated in just a few years.

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  • In particular, China pursued Maoist Marxism-Leninism while near-as-populated India's third way also eschewed capitalist exchange, preferring barter deals to unfettered commerce.

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  • Schooled in the classics of Marxism-Leninism, the country’s political elite understands the dangers this entails.

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  • This attitude is completely anachronistic, not unlike a Communist bemoaning the fact that things would have been different if Marxism-Leninism had truly been given a chance in the Soviet Union.

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  • Telepathy does not exist, proclaimed the so-called scientists, because Marxism-Leninism did not provide the guidelines as to its existence.

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  • The slogans used to say things like "Long Live Marxism-Leninism."

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  • When I strolled back down Unter den Linden, after having a scotch with some Cubans in an East Berlin bar, marveling at the Ishtar Gate from Babylon in the Pergamon Museum, examining World War II bullet holes still peppering some buildings, and joining a student protest over required courses in Marxism-Leninism, the guards were gone.

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  • Ham-handed Soviet leaders so mismanaged their empire that it eventually imploded, permanently discrediting Marxism-Leninism as a plausible alternative to liberal democratic capitalism.

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