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1 He thought he can both have deregulation and strengthened dictatorship, but pluralistic society is not incompatible with monopoly.
2 But I did not realise the full extent of Gaddafi's dictatorship, the way he had stamped himself on to our country, until I visited an Internet cafe in Manchester and looked up my homeland.
3 She has travelled and lectured to many countries, trying to get the story of this growing plague, which points toward a world dictatorship in the making, heard by people everywhere.
4 I worked in a theater company once that purported to be one. It devolved into a dictatorship of the proletariat run by the most neurotic individual in our group.
5 Nor did he foresee the excesses committed in pursuit of the dictatorship of the proletariat.
6 Dominant ideas, including the welfare state, the classless society and the dictatorship of the proletariat, become so pervasive in their heyday that people often fail to ask what they really mean.
7 It was an exceptional event - the proletariat issued a stern warning to the dictatorship of the proletariat.
8 Second we must uphold the dictatorship of the proletariat.
9 What is class struggle necessarily leads to the dictatorship of the proletariat Yeah, no need to insist.
10 Iraq's minister of water resources, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, said that the environmental problems and the disputes over water rights were a lingering legacy of dictatorship.
11 The present policy-hammering out a power-sharing agreement between elected groups-may be challenging but is more realistic than a belated quest for dictatorship lite.
12 is the national departments can restrict each other between; it isgood to avoid the dictatorship and authority of the collusion.
13 Casey said the continuation of the "Castro family dictatorship" is not something the United States wanted to see, nor is it in the interests of the Cuban people.
14 Nearly all elections are now free and fair. The big exception remains the gerontocratic dictatorship of the Castro brothers in Cuba.
15 Herta muller, the Romanian-born German novelist and essayist who writes of the oppression of dictatorship1 in her native country, won the 2009 Nobel Prize in Literature.
16 Britain, which has been described as an "elective dictatorship", the next government, likely to be the Conservative party, will inherit a fiscal mess.
17 Jebali spent nearly two decades in prison for being a member of al-Nahda under the old dictatorship.
18 economical politics is one of Lenins theories, which is about the proletarian historical missions and about their fulfilling approaches in proletarian dictatorship stage.
19 Like Mr Yeltsin, Mr Putin has preached against corruption but permitted it on a vast scale, promising "a dictatorship of the law" but practising lawlessness.
20 President George Bush aimed not only to rid Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) but also to liberate it from dictatorship and create a pro-Western democracy in the heart of the Arab world.
21 After that, he expected a benign dictatorship to rule the world and foster scientific thinking, and eliminate all religion, until a global utopia was established.
22 Publishing in Catalan continued throughout Franco’s dictatorship, and there was no prohibition on speaking it in public or in commerce.
23 For those in the West, it can be difficult to understand just exactly what dictatorship means.
24 Humans cannot escape nature's dictatorship, and without a system that centers on resources as the vital principle, human quality of life will systematically deteriorate.
25 If it fails to act quickly to save lives and build a lasting peace, the world will have to start treating it as the elected dictatorship it is beginning to resemble.
26 It brings back memories of the way Beijing used to be, before the dictatorship of the traffic jam.
27 Take for instance that ringleader in Xuzhou who has been creating disturbances. He is so "capable" that he exercises a virtual dictatorship over the place.
28 Collectivist anarchism arose alongside Marxism, but it rejected the dictatorship of the proletariat despite the stated Marxist goal of a collectivist stateless society.
29 She opposed statism, which she understood to include theocracy, absolute monarchy, Nazism, fascism, communism, democratic socialism, and dictatorship.
30 Ultimately, however, the rebellion is betrayed, and the farm ends up in a state as bad as it was before, under the dictatorship of a pig named Napoleon.