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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.

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communists

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1 Intro, 1 | progressivists, socialists, and communists, such as pacifism, coexistence, 2 Intro, 1 | succeeded in transforming noncommunists into communists.~As observations 3 Intro, 1 | transforming non‑communists into communists.~As observations revealed 4 Intro, 3 | idiots," if not convinced communists. For this very reason, the 5 Intro, 3 | little by little becoming communists. If at a certain moment 6 Intro, 4 | to make innumerable noncommunists inadvertently evolve towards 7 1 | most recent strategy of the communists to conquer the world.~ ~ 8 1, 2 | persuasion is not regarded by the communists as something collateral, 9 1, 2 | violent assault. In fact, the communists now expect greater results 10 1, 4 | wants to turn all men into communists and shape the life of all 11 1, 5 | Unresponsiveness of the Masses~ ~The communists have been preaching social 12 1, 5 | Nearly all this time, the communists have had virtually complete 13 1, 5 | chronic inability of the communists to win through the ballot 14 1, 5 | All this shows that the communists would by no means have achieved 15 1, 5 | respect is admitted by the communists themselves. Kruschevites 16 1, 5 | enterprise. In other words, the communists hope to improve productivity 17 1, 6 | nuclear conflict bring to the communists themselves? Though perhaps 18 2, 2 | accomplices of communism. The communists try to gather the "useful 19 2, 2 | without reservation.~ ~· The communists find it necessary to attack 20 2, 2 | they are suspected of being communists, the more efficient they 21 2, 5 | sympathy and cooperation with communists, finally leading to the 22 2, 7 | State control. However, communists don't see it this way. For 23 2, 7 | engender inequalities. For communists, the incompatibility between 24 3, 2 | inertia of Christians. If the communists brutally present us with 25 4 (16)| hypothesis of a dialogue with the communists, which it classifies as " 26 4, 3 | differently, even if they are communists. By the affability that 27 End, 4 | irenistic dialogue with the communists "Pax" reveals itself to 28 End, 7 | a socialist economy, the communists on their part will be ready 29 End, 7 | between the Catholics and communists on the Peninsula.~In opposition 30 End, 7 | like Italy.~But, since the communists place hopes in it in Italy'


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