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Fou had obtained a visa to perform in Britain and had no intention of returning to communist China.
I felt that it would be better for humanity if the communist system prevailed, that it would put an end to war, to wars.
The young post-Soviet government decided to ditch all communist-era legacy technologies and inefficient public service structure.
In the last five years, this has changed and most of the rich people who took advantage of the post-communist period after 1989 were arrested, and it didn’t matter how rich or influential you were then.
Most of the rich people who took advantage of the post-communist period after 1989 were arrested, and it didn’t matter how rich or influential you were.
When communism was a threat, it was construed as a communist plot.
The Communist Party of China gets a bad rap for cracking down on religion.
He branded it a fifth-column invasion into popular culture, normalizing radical, even communist ambitions.
Other communist countries that withdrew their films and delegates included East Germany, Cuba, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia.
The ISI came to the CIA for assistance in fostering a revolt that had developed in the Afghan countryside against Communist rule.
It is here that the Communist regime in Russia has encountered its most fatal difficulty.
It was a difficulty foreseen long ago in Socialist discussions, but never completely met by the thorough-paced Communist.
The end of the book described a great revolution in which the people arose, led by an Italian communist named Caesar Spadoni.
At the sight of these men in their Pullmans, my friend the communist first turned pale, then green, then red.
A communist propagandist is like a disease germ; he doesn't belong in healthy bodies.
On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to communist, such as: apparatchik, bolshevik, bolshevist, commie, comrade, and leftist.
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