An advocate for the theory or practice of communism.
political theory called for the elimination of all private property and the formation of a system where property is held and used for the common good.
an advocate of communism (a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party).
a socialist who advocates communism
a Lenin Marxist and I am a Karl Marxist
a Marxist internationalist, but Marxism must take on a national form before it can be applied
an adherent or advocate of communism
a person who adheres to a particular political dogma
a person who publicly airs his dirty Lenin
a socialist without a sense of humour
an advocate of communism. Communism is an economic and political system proposed by two Germans, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. They argued that the tensions invariably involved in a market economy meant that workers would eventually overthrow their bosses and create a classless society in which people would work according to their abilities and receive enough to meet their needs.
and communism Czechoslovakia officially describes itself as "socialist" and its economic system as "socialism" (the preferred terms in the West are "communist" and "communism") and claims that it is working its way toward communism, which Lenin defined as a higher stage of socialism. Czechoslovak socialism bears scant resemblance to the democratic socialism of, for example, Scandinavian countries.
A member of a Marxist-Leninist party.