Origin of proletariat
Examples from the Web for proletariat
Contemporary Examples of proletariat
At the height of the Soviet Union, the proletariat universally understood everything their government said was a work of fiction.The Facts About Ferguson Matter, Dammit
December 3, 2014
Ultimately, though, what saved the Okies was not proletariat revolution but another world war.Is There a Ma Joad for the Piketty Era?
July 1, 2014
In a post on his blog, Sprouse claims that he has become a member of the proletariat to feed his video game addiction.Taylor Swift Cast in ‘The Giver,’ Kimmel Laughs at Kanye ‘Rap Feud’
September 27, 2013
While Bolshevism was a dictatorship of the proletariat, Nazism was a dictatorship with a voting consensus behind it.Communism and Fascism: The Reason They Are So Similar
September 28, 2012
Many Socialist Jews were anti-Zionist because they believed the proletariat should unite across religious and ethnic lines.Israel's Democracy Hypocrisy
May 9, 2011
Historical Examples of proletariat
First of all it compels the proletariat to live in the most disgusting promiscuity.The Sexual Question
I thought the proletariat would have won, and you say it is all different.
They will exhaust themselves struggling against their proletariat.Under Western Eyes
Am I going to motor down to hear the protests of the proletariat to-night?An American Suffragette
Isaac N. Stevens
This is a distinct phase of the struggle of the proletariat everywhere.Socialism
Word Origin for proletariat
also proletariate, "the lowest class," 1853, from French prolétariat, from Latin proletarius (see proletarian). In political economics, "indigent wage-earners," from 1856. Leninist phrase dictatorship of the proletariat attested from 1918.
In Marxism, the industrial working class, people without property.