73 examples of proletarians in sentences

But it was no less clear that Gracchus himself and these merchants and proletarians were only kept together by mutual advantage, and that the men of material interests were ready to accept their posts, and the populace, strictly so called, its bread, quite as well from any other as from Caius Gracchus.

The proletarians have nothing but their chains to lose, while they have a world to gain.

Herr Fischer, in his capacity as president of the Socialist Congress in Berlin, 1892, said: "The reception of French delegates at Halle, and of Liebknecht at Marseilles, have proved incontrovertibly that the struggling French proletarians are of one mind and heart with German Social Democracy.

The famous Communist manifesto of Marx and Engels concludes with the words: "Proletarians of all lands, unite!"

It is much to be desired that Dr. Lensch should amend this by adding to Marx's phrase a few words, so that the amended form would run: "Proletarians of all lands, unite to sing 'Deutschland, Deutschland, über alles.'"

There were hundreds of thousands of brutal crimes committed in Germany by German proletarians during the year 1912.

For half a century Marx, Lassalle, Bebel, Liebknecht and their successors have been busily engaged in intellectualizing Germany's proletarians; now it is advisable for the Socialist party to begin the work of humanizing them.

There are as many counts against our society of plutocrats, politicians and proletarians, mingled in complete and ineffective confusion, as there were against the aristocracies, so called, of the eighteenth century.

It is a heavy burden also to you proletarians, poor, unhappy, discouraged by your hard lot.

In the same way no mercy can be shown to the Social Revolutionaries who, while professing allegiance to definite proletarian domination, shrink from definite action now that the time for action has arrived.

It is no part of my business to deal with atrocities such as have disgraced the proletarian dictatorship of Moscow.

They are all more able to stand scaling down than the proletarians.

Thus, the industrialization of Taiwan may be called "industrialization without tears," without the suffering, that is, of proletarian masses who produce objects which they cannot afford for themselves.

In the struggle between Mao and Liu Shao-ch'i, which became increasingly apparent in 1966, Mao tried to retain his power by mobilizing young people as "Red Guards" and by inciting them to make the "Great Proletarian Revolution."

The proletarian peer, if there were one, would have been both surprised and delighted to hear how the non-proletarians, without exception, spoke of his class.

They are the commonalty of language,private, proletarian words, who do the work, "dum alteri tulerunt honores."

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The one becomes the proletarian, the other the intellectual, the one becomes the workshop, the other the parlor-socialist.

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