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  • "He is a Communist," Maria said.
  • It’s years since I’ve kissed a bullfighter, even an unsuccessful one like thee, I would like to kiss an unsuccessful bullfighter turned Communist.
  • Are you a Communist?
  • And another is to see panic in the face of a failed bullfighter of Communist tendencies when I say, as a joke, I might kiss him.
  • Here in Spain the Communists offered the best discipline and the soundest and sanest for the prosecution of the war.
  • Then you have a communism in your country?
  • That was probably why the Communists were always cracking down on Bohemianism.
  • They were Communists and they were disciplinarians.
  • I suppose the Nazis keep it, he thought, and the Communists who have a severe enough selfdiscipline.
  • It was the opposite of the puritanical, religious communism of Velazquez 63, the Madrid palace that had been turned into the International Brigade headquarters in the capital.
  • "And afterwards shoot the anarchists and the Communists and all this canalla except the good Republicans," Agustan said.
  • He was under Communist discipline for the duration of the war.
  • It was one of the slogans of the Communist party and it meant, "Hold out and fortify, and you will win."
  • Will not thy Pasionaria send me now from here to Russia, Communist?
  • Communist.
  • Now by the oversuspicion of a Communist.
  • It was hard, when Karkov spoke, to remember with what importance he, Andre Marty, came from the Central Committee of the French Communist Party.

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  • A challenge with communism is that it is harder to know how to allocate capital when prices are subjective rather than the product of individual valuations.
  • Capitalists defeated communists in the Cold War.

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