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When modern democracies fail, the two Harvard professors write, they typically fail without the drama of a military coup or successful putsch.Justice Breyer’s new warning for Democrats couldn’t have come at a worse time|Ian Millhiser|May 29, 2021|Vox
The putsch not only failed in humiliating fashion but also precipitated the collapse of the Soviet Union later that year.Exclusive: How an Accused Russian Agent Worked With Rudy Giuliani in a Plot Against the 2020 Election|Simon Shuster/Kyiv|May 28, 2021|TIme
The German infatuation with Atatürk and Turkey waned after the Beerhall Putsch.
A lack of contenders to replace McConnell also makes a putsch unlikely.
But pity Alison Lundergan Grimes, the primary beneficiary of the anti-Ashley putsch.How Kentucky Democrats Duped the MSM and Helped Elbow Out Ashley Judd|Jonathan Miller|April 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Naturally Neurath repeated the standard line, that Röhm had planned a putsch, but Dodd could sense that Neurath was shaken.
The last time Republicans seized control of the House, in 1994, there was an intraparty putsch.
In the street fighting that followed the attempted fascist Putsch a number were killed and wounded.Secret Armies|John L. Spivak
And I also fail to understand the timing of The Brain's putsch.The Brain|Alexander Blade
They were exploiting a local "putsch" so as to carry out a general "pogrom."The New Germany|George Young
In 1920, a general strike defeated the attempt of the militarists to seize control of the state in the Kapp Putsch.Introduction to Non-Violence|Theodore Paullin
He gasped once or twice and then started sneezing—hoc-hoc-put-putsch!The Great Hunger|Johan Bojer