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1 Leninism was a tragedy in its Bolshevik version, and it has returned as farce when practiced by the United States.
2 By definition, anarchy is harder to propagate than rigid Leninism.
3 you go talk to a farmer about Marxism or Leninism, he won't know what you're talking about," he said.
4 Leninism demands of the Party that all decisions on important questions be made by an appropriate collective body, not by any individual.
5 Dialectical Materialism and Historical Materialism of Marxism and Leninism are of thorough antitheism.
6 Which indeed is approved by Marxism - Leninism?
7 Leninism; state capitalism; contemporary values.
8 It has an important effect to raise the students' level of Marxism and Leninism and become citizens with ideal, moral, civilization and discipline.
9 We should study the basic principles of Marxism Leninism.
10 View on Leninism", means the basic views or attitude on Leninism by people.
11 However, the 1960s witnessed a revival of anarchism, likely caused by a perceived failure of Marxism–Leninism and tensions built by the Cold War.
12 Pasi described Crowley's affinity to the extreme ideologies of Nazism and Marxism–Leninism, which aimed to violently overturn society: "What Crowley liked about Nazism and communism, or at least what made him curious about them, was the anti-Christian position and the revolutionary and socially subversive implications of these two movements.
13 He believed that all the traditional culture of all ethnic groups were equally oppressed in favor of an atheism and Marxist–Leninism.
14 Marxism–Leninism was abolished as the nation's form of government.
15 Soviet Communist Party General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev viewed this intervention as vital for the preservation of the Soviet, socialist system and vowed to intervene in any state that sought to replace Marxism-Leninism with capitalism.
16 In their critique of capitalism, Marxism and Leninism both emphasise the role of finance capital as the determining and ruling-class interest in capitalist society, particularly in the latter stages.
17 The most notable examples are Sun Yat-Sen's Three Principles of the People ideology and Mao Zedong's Maoism, a variant of Marxism–Leninism.
18 The American mathematician Anatol Rapoport wrote in 1968 that Clausewitz as interpreted by Lenin formed the basis of all Soviet military thinking since 1917, and quoted the remarks by Marshal V.D. Sokolovsky: In describing the essence of war, Marxism-Leninism takes as its point of departure the premise that war is not an aim in itself, but rather a tool of politics.
19 For instance, a professor of formal logic called Chin Yueh-lin – who was then regarded as China's leading authority on his subject – was induced to write: "The new philosophy [of Marxism-Leninism], being scientific, is the supreme truth" [Lifton (1961) p. 545].
20 According to the party constitution, the CCP adheres to Marxism–Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, socialism with Chinese characteristics, Deng Xiaoping Theory, the Three Represents, the Scientific Outlook on Development, and Xi Jinping Thought.
21 Li Dazhao was the first leading Chinese intellectual who publicly supported Leninism and world revolution.
22 Marxism–Leninism was the first official ideology of the Communist Party of China.
23 According to the CCP, "Marxism–Leninism reveals the universal laws governing the development of history of human society."
24 To the CCP, Marxism–Leninism provides a "vision of the contradictions in capitalist society and of the inevitability of a future socialist and communist societies".
25 According to the People's Daily, Mao Zedong Thought "is Marxism–Leninism applied and developed in China".
26 While non-Chinese analysts generally agree that the CCP has rejected orthodox Marxism–Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought (or at least basic thoughts within orthodox thinking), the CCP itself disagrees.
27 In 1929, as Joseph Stalin became the leader of the party, Marxism–Leninism, a fusion of the original ideas of German philosopher and economic theorist Karl Marx, and Lenin, became formalized as the party's guiding ideology and would remain so throughout the rest of its existence.
28 Stalin sought to formalize the party's ideological outlook into a philosophical hybrid of the original ideas of Lenin with orthodox Marxism into what would be called Marxism–Leninism.
29 A central tenet of Leninism was that of the vanguard party.
30 Marxism–Leninism was the cornerstone of Soviet ideology.