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Page 70 - In a sense, the contemporary world revolution also presents a picture of the encirclement of cities by the rural areas. In the final analysis, the whole cause of world revolution hinges on the revolutionary struggles of the Asian, African and Latin American peoples who make up the overwhelming majority of the world's population.
Page 43 - Make trouble, fail, make trouble again, fail again. . . till their doom; that is the logic of the imperialists and all reactionaries the world over in dealing with the people's cause, and they will never go against this logic.
Page 69 - The seizure of power by armed force, the settlement of the issue by war, is the central task and the highest form of revolution.
Page 10 - For each new class which puts itself in the place of one ruling before it, is compelled, merely in order to carry through its aim, to represent its interest as the common interest of all the members of society, that is, expressed in ideal form : it has to give its ideas the form of universality, and represent them as the only rational, universally valid ones.
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Page 2 - There is a homely old adage which runs : "Speak softly and carry a big stick ; you will go far." If the American Nation will speak softly, and yet build, and keep at a pitch of the highest training, a thoroughly efficient Navy, the Monroe Doctrine will go far.