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struggle

the struggle S African the radical and armed opposition to apartheid, especially by the military wings of the ANC and the PAC
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It was just this contact that was needed to centralise the numerous local struggles, all of the same character, into one national struggle between classes.
Bunyan was born when the struggle between King and people was beginning to be felt, and was a great boy of fourteen when at last the armies of King and Parliament met on the battlefield of Edgehill.
He laid too great stress on what he called the class struggle, the antagonism between labor and capital, the conflict of interest.
And I remember the fleeting bitterness that was mine as I realised that I was in a struggle with death, and that these others did not know.
Dunster's head was still bound, although the bandage had slipped a little, apparently in some struggle.
Politics for Aristotle is not a struggle between individuals or classes for power, nor a device for getting done such elementary tasks as the maintenance of order and security without too great encroachments on individual liberty.
Before entering on the subject of this chapter, I must make a few preliminary remarks, to show how the struggle for existence bears on Natural Selection.
Tudor still attempted to struggle and to throw him off.
Fogg, and, despite his suspicions and of the struggle which was going on within him, he lowered his eyes before that calm and frank look.
This time the struggle for supremacy of will was longer and more determined.
He gargled his mouth and throat, took a suck at a divided lemon, and all the while the towels worked like mad, driving oxygen into his lungs to purge the pounding blood and send it back revivified for the struggle yet to come.
It darted through Maggie's mind that here was a mode of releasing herself from outward struggle,--to tell Stephen that her whole heart was Philip's.