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used in The Bourne Identity

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an economic system that abolishes private ownership of property with the goal of a classless society
  • Yesterday the London Observer said police were hunting for the son of a Venezuelan Communist lawyer for questioning in the triple slaying.
    Preface (77% in)
  • In Caracas, a spokesman for the Venezuelan Communist Party said Ilich is the son of a 70-year-old Marxist lawyer living 450 miles west of Caracas, but "neither father nor son belong to our party."
    Preface (94% in)
  • You didn't know where the Ilich came from, that Carlos' father was a Communist attorney in Venezuela.
    Chapter 13 (38% in)
  • Their priorities were the disruption of enemy communications and supply lines, the pinpointing of prison camps and, not the least, the assassination of village leaders known to be cooperating with the Communists, as well as the enemy commanders whenever possible.
    Chapter 16 (25% in)
  • Many were paranoid in their hatred of Communists.
    Chapter 16 (82% in)
  • Kill a Communist and Christ smiled-odd examples of Christian teaching.
    Chapter 16 (82% in)
  • He was the working politician, like his father a conservative, opposing the socialists and Communists at every turn.
    Chapter 24 (12% in)
  • The speculation was Communist fanatics.
    Chapter 24 (13% in)
  • The military is reduced to a sideshow, Communists and socialists in the Assembly forever eroding the strength of the services.
    Chapter 25 (31% in)

There are no more uses of "communism" in The Bourne Identity.

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