Some articles on socialist:
... The Revolutionary Democratic Group (RDG) is a socialist organisation in the United Kingdom ... in the early 1980s as a split from London and Scottish branches of the Socialist Workers Party, of which, for many years, they considered themselves an "external faction" ... RDG has consistently sought alliances with other socialist groups, with the aim of forming a larger, democratic socialist party ...
... moved the party too far to the right and away from core socialist beliefs ... almost immediately won a council seat in Preston as SWP member Michael Lavalette was elected as a Socialist Alliance candidate in 2003, but subsequently voted with the majority of the SWP to wind down the ...
... October Revolution of 1917 and renamed itself again, this time as the Workers' Socialist Federation ... It also began working with the South Wales Socialist Society (SWSS) and the London Workers' Committee ... negotiations with the largest far left group in the country, the British Socialist Party (BSP) ...
... University manager (1999–2001) First federal secretary, Haute-Garonne Socialist Party (1999-2008) Member of the Socialist Party national bureau (sinc ...
... Socialist realism became the uniform style ... increased its insistence on the use of socialist realism and combined with it so-called revolutionary realism and revolutionary romanticism ... long as it was accomplished with the desired socialist revolutionary realism ...
More definitions of "socialist":
- (noun): A political advocate of socialism.
- (adj): Of or relating to or promoting or practicing socialism.
Example: "Socialist theory"; "socialist realism"
Famous quotes containing the word socialist:
“Men conceive themselves as morally superior to those with whom they differ in opinion. A Socialist who thinks that the opinions of Mr. Gladstone on Socialism are unsound and his own sound, is within his rights; but a Socialist who thinks that his opinions are virtuous and Mr. Gladstones vicious, violates the first rule of morals and manners in a Democratic country; namely, that you must not treat your political opponent as a moral delinquent.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“One is a socialist because one used to be one, no longer going to demonstrations, attending meetings, sending in ones dues, in short, without paying.”
—Michel de Certeau (19251986)
“I pass the test that says a man who isnt a socialist at 20 has no heart, and a man who is a socialist at 40 has no head.”
—William Casey (19131987)