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  • n. Plural form of Stalinist.

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Examples

  • A Moscow where a new generation of Stalinists is plotting to reclaim an empire lost and to challenge the global dominance of its old enemy, the United States.

    Moscow Rules by Daniel Silva: Book summary

  • The man and his coterie of second rate talent are dedicated "Stalinists"

    Telegraphing

  • After a crippling disaster, you knew your job was to defeat the far left "Stalinists" in order to irritate Speaker Pelosi and help the GOP and deprive white liberals of "any power whatsoever".

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  • Manfarang - Oddly enough, I wrote 'Stalinists' then thought, Wait a minute!

    The Dirty Past of Dr John Reid

  • "Manfarang - Oddly enough, I wrote 'Stalinists' then thought, "Wait a minute!

    The Dirty Past of Dr John Reid

  • Abusing members of another organisation by calling them "Stalinists" is unworthy of serious socialists and should be dropped.

    Kasama

  • This didn't stop Schwartz from intensely identifying with Leon Trotsky and blaming anything that peeved him, from bad weather to poor table service, on the machinations of "Stalinists".

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  • Frank Rich calls the whacko teabagger wingnut cult "Stalinists".

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  • I have been bleating on about this since theater critic Frank Rich's intemperate-stroke-incoherent column about the "Stalinists" opposing Dede Scozzfava, but here is yet another example of a sinister political party purging its more moderate members:

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • Other journalists like Nick Cohen and Peter Beaumont literally describe us as 'Stalinists' administering 'email kickings' trying to enforce some kind of party line - they think we're trying to shut down, rather than open up, debate.

    News from Journalism.co.uk

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