Revolutionary

A revolutionary is a person who either actively participates in, or advocates revolution. Also, when used as an adjective, the term revolutionary refers to something that has a major, sudden impact on society or on some aspect of human endeavor.

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Hristo Botev - Literary Works
... published his poetic works in a book called "Songs and Poems", together with another Bulgarian revolutionary poet and future politician and statesman, Stefan Stambolov ... Botev's poetry reflected the sentiments of the poor people, filled with revolutionary ideas, struggling for their freedom against both foreign and domestic tyrants ... His poetry is influenced by the Russian revolutionary democrats and the figures of the Paris Commune ...
John Archer (Maryland)
... He was a member of the Revolutionary committee from 1774 to 1776, and later raised a military company during the American Revolutionary War ... During the Revolutionary War, Archer was volunteer aide-de-camp to General Anthony Wayne at Stony Point ...
Franz Sigel - Early Life
... and Gustav von Struve and became associated with the revolutionary movement ... After organizing a revolutionary free corps in Mannheim and later in the Seekreis county, he soon became a leader of the Baden revolutionary forces (with the rank of colonel) in ... of War and commander-in-chief of the revolutionary republican government of Baden ...
Revolutionary Spontaneity
... Revolutionary spontaneity (also known as spontaneism) is a tendency to believe that social revolution can and should occur spontaneously from below, without the aid or guidance of a vanguard party, and that it ... work What is to be Done? (1902), Vladimir Lenin argued fiercely against revolutionary spontaneity as a dangerous "revisionist" concept that strips away the disciplined nature of Marxist political thought and leaves ...
Cultural Hegemony - Background - Historical
... and cultural struggle wherein the anti-capitalist revolutionary creates a proletarian culture whose native value system counters the cultural hegemony of the bourgeoisie ... culture will increase class consciousness, teach revolutionary theory and historical analysis, and thus propagate further revolutionary organisation among ... support to begin the political manœuvre warfare of revolutionary socialism ...