[bohl-shuh-viz-uh m, bol-]
- the doctrines, methods, or procedure of the Bolsheviks.
- (sometimes lowercase) the principles or practices of ultraradical socialists or political ultraradicals generally.
Also bol·she·vism, Bol·she·vik·ism, bol·she·vik·ism [bohl-shuh-vi-kiz-uh m, bol-] /ˈboʊl ʃə vɪˌkɪz əm, ˈbɒl-/.
Origin of Bolshevism
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Examples from the Web for bolshevism
What Tismaneau is clear on is how Bolshevism and Nazism both desired a scapegoat to achieve their end goals.
While Bolshevism was a dictatorship of the proletariat, Nazism was a dictatorship with a voting consensus behind it.
Bolshevism was the linchpin that held all the other facets of conspiracy together.Soviet Communism’s Collapse Left America’s Far Right Without a Real Foe
April 12, 2012
It was not only starvation that had to be fought; it was approaching anarchy, it was Bolshevism.Herbert Hoover
You mean that when Bolshevism rules there are to be rich and poor just the same as at present?The Crimson Tide
Robert W. Chambers
Bolshevism will be the law of to-morrow and wear even a higher name than Christianity.Erik Dorn
In the Middle East, also, Bolshevism gained important successes.The New World of Islam
Bolshevism is not only the antithesis of Capitalism but its mortal enemy.The American Empire