class warrior

Related to class warrior: class warfare

class warrior

A person who is actively involved in the struggle between classes, such as a working-class political agitator.
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But the unknown class warrior from Islington did humiliate Theresa May, the posh kid who thought she was romping to certain success.
But he wasn't a class warrior, believing there was good and bad in the rich, the poor and all those in between.
But there's one word you can use without fear of being thought a class warrior -- or, indeed, of being anything politically incorrect -- and that's 'diversity'.
He emerged from the rebellious section of the backbenches, a bearded class warrior with a profile as low as his MPs expenses account.
It all adds up to a somewhat awkward night in the theatre, even if you are not a dyed-in-the-wool class warrior.
Arthur Scargill, now 76, remains an unrepentant class warrior, and told the Mail in February 2012 at the 40th anniversary of the Battle of Saltley Gate that re-opening 150 UK mines would solve the nation's energy problems.
Council leader Sir Albert Bore was never a big fan of civic pageantry - as a young class warrior on the council he used to boycott the dinner in favour of a packed lunch in Victoria Square - and is likely to accept the recommendations.
As a former stock exchange president, the Thai finance minister seems an unlikely class warrior.
MITT ROMNEY, CLASS WARRIOR (The New York Times, New York)
Lord Prescott has rejected suggestions that taking ermine was a hypocritical step for a one-time class warrior, former merchant seaman and trade union leader.
The result was that the Japanese infantryman, a first class warrior, received third-class leadership and support.