ultra-left

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ultra-left

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ultraleft

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) having extreme left-wing views
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (preceded by the) people who hold extreme left-wing views
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On the one hand, international Communist policy took an undeniable ultraleft turn, reflected in the sectarian rhetoric of these years.
The bleak but playful realism of this viewpoint has unlikely resonances with ultraleft theories of communization, Derridean Marxist philosophers, and Black radical thinkers such as Fred Moten.
Instead, he walked into every trap set by the Tories and surrounded himself with a villainous assembly of ultraleft figures, most of them BATTLE Labour's Jeremy Corbyn throwbacks to the 80s.
He was also hailed for tough action against the ultraleft Red Army Faction which carried out a wave of bombings and kidnappings.
The simplest solution is to cut the international/ federal/state umbilical cord!" Iserbyt also linked the scheme to a 2013 policy paper by Marc Tucker, written for the ultraleft, Obama-aligned Center for American Progress, calling for a total end of local control over schooling.
Those who spoke at the function heaped praises on Singh, who is hailed as " a brave and courageous man who rose to protect the farmers from the ultraleft extremists in central Bihar".
I certainly did not take the first formulation--I cycled through several cookie-cutter versions of this recognizable ultraleft idiom before I found one to share.
In addition to Cannon's testimony, there is a criticism of the strategy Cannon used in defending himself in court by an exiled ultraleft Spanish communist, Grandizo Munis, and Cannon's response.
You can see where this is going--or maybe not, since conservatives like "Morning Joe" Scarborough are falling prey to this ultraleft reasoning.
(I'd like to see the same for internal communication within the Supreme Court of Canada, but the actual rule is omerta to the grave.) Assange is trying to destroy such compromises in his ultraleft war against the U.S.
Nevertheless, Hinton believed that the gang of four helped produce the "virtual stalemate" in which the Cultural Revolution ended:</p> <pre> The result was immeasurably complicated by the ultraleft ideology and activity of the gang of four.
Locally, of course, Santa Monica--sometimes referred to as the People's Republic of Santa Monica for its way out politics--is more often the site of bitter feuds between members of the ultraleft. You know, Greens vs.