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fellow traveller

Politics a non-Communist who sympathizes with Communism
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I am content to leave that level of gleeful, gratuitous, and unseemly critical savagery to Stanley's fellow travelers over at The New Republic, that right-wing white-boy rag which has afforded El Croucho safe haven from which to launch his unique brand of mean-spirited critical nastiness at black targets.
"He's wrong 100 percent of the time," Strathairn's Murrow rails against McCarthy during the movie, adding later: "Anyone who criticizes or opposes the methods of Senator Joseph McCarthy is a Communist or fellow traveler." Thankfully, according to the movie, Edward R.
Sergeant Cronin, fellow traveler, I regret not asking you one simple question at the beginning of our short journey: "Where've you been?"
At the Fondazione Prada, this most conceptual of the arte povera artists--together with his "fellow traveler," the curator Germano Celant--presented, along with Disegno geometrico, an extraordinary series of works executed through 1972.
In the 1920s some of the most gifted and popular Soviet writers, such as Osip Mandelstam, Leonid Leonov, Boris Pilnyak, Isaak Babel, Ilya Ehrenburg, and members of the Serapion Brothers, were fellow travelers. They were opposed bitterly by champions of a new proletarian art, and by the end of the decade the term came to be practically synonymous with a counterrevolutionary.
Johannesburg, Apr.12 ( ANI ): A UK man recently made an attempt to walk the length of the river Nile and faced crocodiles, a brutal civil war and the death of a fellow traveler within four months.
The journal demurred on the question of whether King a serial adulterer, shameless plagiarist, and fellow traveler with Communist subversives--was a fit subject of a national holiday.
Inspired by the expansive American landscape, he exhorts the reader to become his fellow traveler. Written in free verse, the poem is noted for its use of apostrophe, repetition, and exclamation.
Matthews, one-time director of research for congressional counter subversion committees, in his memoir Odyssey of a Fellow Traveler. "The organization of vast political power and its successful retention in a single hand is more likely than not to put a premium upon qualities which we commonly associate with the 'big shots' of gangsterism."
Despite the records of so many of Bush's nominees, the Log Cabin Republicans (and fellow traveler Andrew Sullivan) strongly argued for his right to appoint the cabinet of his choice.
In 1967, when Waltraud Hollinger changed her name to Valie Export and began producing public performance pieces as a fellow traveler of the Viennese Actionists, notoriety came quickly.
Like the Museum of Modern Art's recent retrospective of another fellow traveler of Minimalism, Tony Smith, it made a strong case for an artist worth looking at again.

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