We can fully expect that whenever we raise these concerns, accusations of class warfare
and class envy will be trotted out with renewed intensity.
Unfortunately, Pope John Paul II saw liberation theology through Cold War eyes--as a Marxist concept that instigated class warfare
and aided leftist guerrillas, rather than as a legitimate movement against hunger, poverty and human rights abuses.
The real Guevara, who rarely bathed and pushed hatred and class warfare
, ran thousands of Cubans through firing squads; though he had no economic training, he was named by Fidel Castro to run Cuba's National Bank; and as head of industrialization after the Communist takeover, Che pushed centralization tactics that drove the economy into the ground.
Thanks to Nicholas Confessore ("Paradise Glossed," June) on David Brooks's "frequently dishonest caricatures" and "unreliable generalizations" While conservatives accuse liberals of starting "class warfare
" by merely pointing out disparities in wealth (a classic case of shooting the messenger), Brooks and some of his colleagues on the right came up with their own twisted brand of class warfare
, painting liberals as snooty "elitists" and conservatives as salt-of-dm-earth regular folks.
John Kerry--calling him "Lurch Kerry"--and blasting the Democratic Party for allegedly "tearing down the moral fiber of the country" and waging class warfare
It must be wonderful for President Bush to deplore class warfare
while making sure his class wins.
He condemned the party, fearing that it would raise the horrors of class warfare
, that its approach was essentially materialistic, and that it opposed private property.
Now, I know that we Americans only see class warfare
as coming from the undeserving, shiftless bottom against the deserving, efficient, hard-working top and that the upper-middle class is incapable of carrying on class warfare
Beyond these geopolitical factors, by 1995 Marxism felt outdated, at best, although it did offer some useful tools for describing the shifts within countries and economies and an occasionally useful model of class warfare
The uniquely Argentine mixed legacy of Peronism and military rule gives docu a peculiar slant as people not historically versed in class warfare
slowly overcome fear, cynicism and distrust of their neighbors.
When Mellon's foes, such as the great Progressive Senator Robert La Follette, declared that Mellon was trying to "let wealth escape" its fair share of taxation, he sought to turn the tables on them by charging that they were engaging in class warfare
In Eastern cities, where most of the nation's rich resided, the wealthy blasted the new law as class warfare
, an attempt by lower-income Americans to use government to grab at their wealth.
IN his new Government White Paper Frank Dobson, who promises the "biggest crusade for health care ever", has been accused of waging class warfare
after implying that people in the Conservative heartlands don't need the NHS as much as the working classes.
The dispute between the Montagues and the Capulets is reduced to that old favorite of European intellectuals, class warfare
NO BANANAS: No zip in this story of class warfare
in wartime Kent.