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after a long series of weak leaders, the people were ready for a revolutionist who promised to bring sweeping change to the nation
historically, revolutionists have generally been young men willing to risk everything, even their lives, in the pursuit of their cause
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The red flag of the revolutionist in Lower California floats from the mast of the Mexican custom house in the Mexican town, the result of by far the most desperate and sanguinary battle yet fought on the Mexican peninsula.
Around and about Soho at the time could be found dissidents and revolutionists from half the countries of Europe — Louis Blanc, Karl Marx, Giuseppe Mazzini, Lajos Kossuth and Alexander Herzen.
From the early days of Silicon Valley’s Internet-era revolution, as engineers, designers, and financiers began to recognize the potential of their inventions, sanctimony was a distinct feature of the revolutionists.
The man with the jingle of money in his pocket who married the girl a year later would always cherish an abiding distrust, an animosity, toward the leisure class—not the conviction of a revolutionist but the smoldering hatred of a peasant.
Horizon's coming season celebrates strong heroines, with 2.5 Minute Ride by Lisa Kron (directed by Elaina Di Monaco) The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson (MacMillan directs), and Peter and the Starcatcher (Decker directs).
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