ultra-leftist

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ultra-leftist

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ultraleftist

n
a person with extremely left-wing political views
adj
belonging to the extreme left wing
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The periodization of the 1930s, so central to understanding how communists conducted their anti-racist work, be it in the sectarian and ultraleftist context of the Third Period or the cross-class collaborations of the Popular Front, does not really factor into McDuffie's book.
In other ways, however, these two ultraleftist libertarians were as different as Tom and Jerry.
Obviously, Wang catered to mainstream Marxist ideology and ultraleftist literary views to a certain degree, but his work still represents a positive response to Jane Austen.
It was the brutality that the police inflicted on the student protesters that radicalized the movement, which originally was not violent, revolutionary, or ultraleftist.
Then, in 1982, China's new constitution dropped the ultraleftist content of the preceding ones and recognized the freedom of religious belief for all Chinese people.
Sadly, a twisted sort of ultraleftist redbaiting led by Maoists helped to finally divide and destroy the Bradens' organization from within in the early 1970s.
July 12, 1991 -- Kiyotada Miyakawa, Hiroshi Nakanishi Seibun Kinra, engineers sent by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, or JICA, were shot dead in Peru by ultraleftist guerrillas.
By 2966, ultraleftist ideology took over, and more than fifty films were officially censured.
He criticizes the major environmental organizations for shunning this approach and instead taking progressively more extreme positions that virtually guarantee strife--for the purpose of fund-raising and achievement of ultraleftist, antisocial ideological goals.
However, neither the Brazilian Federal Police nor the Civil Police believe that an ultraleftist group is killing members of the country's most popular opposition party.
The questionnaire asked each respondent to place all the parties holding seats in his/her national legislature on the Left-Right political spectrum, ranging from zero (ultraleftist) to 10 (ultrarightist), with 2.5 representing the moderate Left, 5 the center, and 7.5 the moderate Right.
Thus the social memory of the Cultural Revolution was silenced or reworked in an authorized version, a "public transcript" that located blame in the Gang of Four and their ultraleftist associates, while exonerating the Party, the state, and their local representatives.