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  • n. Conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes); the active expression of a theoretical class conflict looked at from any kind of socialist perspective

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  • n. conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes)

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Examples

  • United Garment Workers of America, and is so thoroughly saturated with the class struggle that he speaks of the dispute between capital and labor in terms of war, -- workmen FIGHT with employers; it is possible to avoid some CONFLICTS; in certain cases TRUCES may be, for the time being, effected.

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • That President Roosevelt has smelt the smoke from the firing line of the class struggle is evidenced by his words, "Above all we need to remember that any kind of CLASS ANIMOSITY IN THE POLITICAL WORLD is, if possible, even more destructive to national welfare than sectional, race, or religious animosity."

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • So it remains to demonstrate the existence of the class struggle by a marshalling of the facts.

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • The journalists, the preachers, and the professors are practically of one voice in declaring that there is no such thing as a class struggle now going on, much less that a class struggle will ever go on, in the United States.

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • Among its class-conscious members, men who recognize that the opening guns of the class struggle have been fired, may be instanced the following names: Hon.

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • Out of their constitutional optimism, and because a class struggle is an abhorred and dangerous thing, the great American people are unanimous in asserting that there is no class struggle.

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • It would need many years, and produce a massive volume; but it would be the first useful clue to the understanding of the history of democratic institutions and throw a light on the pendulum-like movements of mass psychology, which at the present time were particularly in evidence, and which the classical class struggle theory failed to explain.

    Autumn

  • The class struggle is here, and the optimistic American had better gird himself for the fray and put a stop to it, rather than sit idly declaiming that what ought not to be is not, and never will be.

    THE CLASS STRUGGLE

  • The whites had an SDS-style meeting, which included discussions of class struggle and imperialism in Vietnam and the fine points of the Bolshevik revolution.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

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