Examples of socialist in a Sentence
a lifelong socialist who never lost faith in his cause
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With Kerensky’s help, Lvov formed a new coalition government to quell the unrest in Saint Petersburg and appointed socialists to ministries.
After long voting reliably with the socialists, Guarenas went with the opposition two years ago as Venezuela’s crisis deepened.
Poland’s post-communist socialists have all but disappeared in the last three elections to be replaced by competition between an urban liberal party and a rural conservative one.
The upshot was that despite the clear desire of the masses and the complete bankruptcy of the Provisional Government, many even quite radical socialists still felt obligated to support it.
In 1912, Kerensky was elected to the Duma as a member of the Trudovik party, a moderate labor party affiliated with the socialists.
Accusations that the socialists cooked the books gained traction when the voting services firm Smartmatic, which provided software and machines, said the regime’s numbers were overstated by at least a million votes.
In February 1917, Czar Nicholas II abdicated in favor of a provisional government headed by the liberal Alexander Kerensky and consisting of progressives, socialists and the more moderate Communists.
French socialists went from being the governing party to getting 7 percent of the total vote in the recent elections.
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First Known Use of socialist
SOCIALIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of socialist for English Language Learners
: a person who believes in socialism
Socialist : a member of a political party that supports socialism
SOCIALIST Defined for Kids
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