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By the 1950's, when the most ardent revolutionary fervor subsided in some Marxist societies, a small minority of nonconformist thinkers emerged among both Marxists and Christians.
To which Pope Francis, who was recently selected as TIME's person of the year, replied, "The Marxist ideology is wrong.
A Marxist group, the People's Liberation Front, which led two uprisings first in 1971 and again in 1987 to 1989 against the government, said the bodies may belong to its members killed by security forces and demanded that the government to conduct a full investigation.
Criticism of Marxist class analysis has a long history.
Even as police are on the trail of the suspects in the murder of Revolutionary Marxist Party chief, the CPM is facing the heat as its activists are being added to the list of suspects, and a few of them are already in police custody.
The Congress and the Marxists may have tangoed in Delhi but in the two party system that exists in Kerala, the two have been at each other's throats for more than 53 years.
Marxist communism, is characterised by the "class struggle" which implies that society is founded on violence.
The immense crowd carrying the Mexican flag and placards featuring the likeness of Cuban Marxist terrorist Che Guevara--estimated to be at least 100,000 strong, with other estimates running as high as 500,000 --shuffled at times and surged at other times toward city hall, yelling insults and throwing bottles of water at those few counter-protestors brave enough to confront the seething throng.
Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law.
On July 10, a group of conservative UNC-CH students, calling themselves the Committee for a Better Carolina, held a press conference, along with a handful of rightwing state legislators, to denounce Nickel and Dimed as a "classic Marxist rant" and a work of "intellectual pornography with no redeeming characteristics.
Many radical social workers were inspired by a Marxist analysis of society, and some believed that communism offered the best hope for the future.
Benjamin's apocalyptic obsession soon evolved from theological speculation to Marxist politics--a shift from spiritualism to materialism inexplicable except in light of his love affair with a woman named Asja Lacis, a radical communist associated with Bertolt Breclit's political theater.