pro-Communist

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pro-Communist

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) in favour of or supporting Communist policies and ideologies, etc
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is pro-Communist
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Consider in this regard what happened when, in 1952, the right of Charlie Chaplin (a British citizen) to live in the United States was revoked by the US attorney-general because of the actor's pro-labour performances, which were seen, during the Red Scare that followed the Second World War, as pro-communist.
Kim viewed that ruling with an iron fist during a sluggish economy angered the citizens; while Park claimed they were mobilized by pro-communist student activists.
A self-proclaimed socialist, President Duterte defended his decision in appointing left-leaning farmers' group leader Rafael Mariano as Agrarian Reform Secretary; erstwhile pro-communist leader Judy Taguiwalo as Social Welfare Secretary; ex-Kabataan Party-list Rep.
Those of us in the United States who participated in the great revolutions of the Two Decades of the Sixties (19551975) were all pro-communist and with our own concerns and even criticisms, pro-Soviet.
In the beginning, he accepts that Marxist "historical necessity" is superior to individual lives, but as Franaszek illustrates, after his defection to the circle around the emigre magazine Kultura (an island of sanity in the sea of hostile Polish right-wing emigres and pro-Communist French intellectuals), he undergoes a huge existential crisis exacerbated by the absence of his wife and children left behind in America.
What is most interesting about the earliest phase of Avramenko's work in Toronto in 1926, and to a lesser extent in Winnipeg, was that he was willing to work with anyone in the Ukrainian community, including the pro-communist Ukrainian Labor Farmer Temple Association (ULFTA)--a seeming aberration given his strong anti-communist views.
So successful peace talks of the Afghan state with the Taliban could be a death knell for both formerly pro-communist and generally anti-Taliban Afghan officials as these would pave the way for the insurgent partaking in the state power.
As the above summary indicates, Polec certainly deepens our understanding of the Polish-Canadian pro-communist left, and for this he is to be congratulated.
Later that year he sent Cuban troops to support pro-communist forces in Angola, ending any chance of further progress and sending relations into a downward spiral.
Morgan reconsiders Purcell's role in the TUC overtures to the Soviet Union of 1923-24, seeing Purcell's pro-communist positions and reports as consistent with his learned syndicalist beliefs, particularly the ultimate necessity for international labour solidarity, a conception vaguely but insistently allowing for a mosaic of cross-national differences in labour organization.
There were sporadic violent clashes in the most serious unrest in Hong Kong since labour riots in the 1960s led by pro-Communist groups inspired by Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution.
Ostensibly designed to help Spanish Republicans fleeing Spain after the Civil War, the JAFRC was typical of the pro-Communist groups that thrived during the years when the United States and the Soviet fought together in World War II.