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It is the menace of intoxicated proletarians, goaded by invented visions to seek to conquer the world.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
Proletarians for the most part wish, chinch-bug fashion, to crawl into the Elysian fields now occupied by the hated capitalists.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
By the poor freemen proletarians who had been selling their children into slavery, the barbarians were welcomed.
SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
What is there left for the representatives of handwork, these numberless millions of proletarians or of small farmers?
ANARCHISMPAUL ELTZBACHER
"Now we shall become real proletarians," father said, when we were driven from our home.
THE IRON HEELJACK LONDON
Proletarians and bourgeois have for centuries fought side by side, heart by heart, in order to regain their freedom.
The number of employers had grown smaller but wealthier, and the number of proletarians had greatly increased.
So difficult was it for this revolution of proletarians to rid itself of bourgeois tinsel.
Go, tell the Republican provinces, "These proletarians fight for you too, who perhaps may be the exiles of to-morrow."
The hecatombs of the Asiatic victors, the fêtes of Dahomey alone could give some idea of this butchery of proletarians.

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