- an adherent of Karl Marx or his theories.
- of Karl Marx or his theories.
Origin of Marxist
Examples from the Web for marxist
He does not hesitate to hide some Marxist books from her library because she fears that the military could use them against her.How Pope Francis Became the World’s BFF
December 21, 2014
“The song was awkward for Marxist critics because of its apathetic character,” the scholar Franz Mennemeier noted.Brecht's Mercenary Mother Courage Turns 75
September 10, 2014
Should an avowed Marxist professor whose field of study is the 0.01 percent therefore be paid $15,000,000 a year?That’s All a Nobel Prize Winner Gets Paid?
April 18, 2014
But the tell came when Dononue was asked about Rush Limbaugh's denuncation of the pope as a "Marxist."
But Limbaugh calls Francis a Marxist, and Donohue says Limbaugh is within his rights.
I felt that he was, but that was only by saying, "I am a Marxist."Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Optimism, on the other hand, was represented by the Marxist school in Russia.The Accumulation of Capital
It remains, then, to discuss Loria's outlook on the Marxist theory of value.Karl Marx
The constructive part of the Marxist programme was too slight.New Worlds For Old
Herbert George Wells
This is the heart of the distorted Marxist interpretation of history.State of the Union Addresses of Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman
- a follower of Marxism
- (of an economic or political theory) analogous to or derived from the doctrines of Karl Marx
- of or relating to Marx, Marxism, or Marxists and their theories
Word Origin and History for marxist
1886, "devotee of the teachings of Marx," from French marxiste, from Karl Marx (1818-1883), German political theorist. The adjective is attested from 1884. The adjectival form Marxian (1940) sometimes is used (e.g. by Groucho) to distinguish the U.S. vaudeville team from the German communist.