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Most communist leaders were middle-class Tosks, Vlachs and Orthodox, and the party drew most of its recruits from Tosk-inhabited areas, while the Ghegs, with their centuries-old tradition of opposing authority, distrusted the new Albanian rulers and their alien Marxist doctrines.
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Most of the population fled to Germany or was killed during or after the war, while the rest was subject to a " nationality verification ", organized by the communist government of Poland.
Most importantly, the experience of this revolution caused Lenin to conceive of the means of sponsoring communist revolution, through propaganda, agitation, a well-organized and disciplined but small political party, and through psychological manipulation of aroused masses.
Most of the South Korean leftists and communist sympathizers who defected to the North in 1945 – 1953 were also accused of espionage and other crimes and killed, imprisoned or exiled to remote agricultural and mining villages.
Most of the communist forces were intercepted by allied screening elements before they reached their targets.
His most important book remains Cel mai iubit dintre pământeni (" The Most Beloved of Earthlings "), a cruel description of communist society.
Most of these were unions who had refused to choose a side in the 1946 split between the reformist Workers ' Force and the communist CGT.
Most members of this organization were intellectual communist militants who were persecuted and forbidden to continue their university studies.
Most noticeable the Hungarian state owned corporation during the communist years in post WWII Europe.
Most of the city's industry was developed during Romania's communist period, and was refactored through the 1990s to a capitalist economical framework.
Most of the organizations on the list are Islamist extremist groups, with the remainder being mainly communist groups, followed by nationalist / separatist groups.
Most of the town's structures were built before the communist government of Fidel Castro, and little of the town has been renovated since 1959.
Most tasks involved ambush of communist forces and conducting reconnaissance missions observing the enemy.
In just 6 years the Most Coal Company ( Mostecká uhelná / MUS ), which was financed and led by the communist government of Czechoslovakia, completed the destruction of Bohemian history and culture, displacing thousands of inhabitants into rebuilt infrastructure and low-cost standardized housing projects, also known as paneláks.
During the second half of the 20th century Most turned into a dusty and dirty miner town and in the communist era it was said to be one of the darkest cities of Czechoslovakia.
Most of the destruction was actually done after the natural disaster by bulldozer, being ordered by communist authorities, as a means to create a town from scratch on a new design.
Most of the state-owned factories built during the communist period went into bankruptcy since 1989.
Most Bulgarians associate the town with its ( now closed ) computer manufacturing plant and with the birthplace of Bulgaria's last communist president, Todor Zhivkov. The first microprocessor factory in Bulgaria was situated in Pravets.
Most Jewish anarchists supported anarcho-syndicalism and communist anarchism, while a few were individualist anarchists.
Most of them were from European and American communist parties, with another Comintern-affiliated institution, the Communist University of the Toilers of the East, catering for the majority of students from colonial countries.
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Most notably, Carnegie believed that the future leaders of society would rise from the ranks the poor.
Most military and civilian leaders of the former regime who failed to disguise their pasts were executed.
Most notably they are associated with the positions of police officer, firefighter, Roman Catholic Church leaders and politicians in the larger Eastern Seaboard metropolitan areas.
Most political activity between the wars was local, and this succeeded most among the Luo of Kenya, where progressive young leaders became senior chiefs.
Most KPRP leaders and rank-and-file seem to have been either Khmer Krom, or ethnic Vietnamese living in Cambodia.
Most leaders arrested ( including, e. g., Faranda, Franceschini, Moretti, Morucci ) either retracted their doctrine ( as dissociati ), or collaborated with investigators in the capture of other BR members ( as " Collaboratori di giustizia ), obtaining important reductions in prison sentences.
Most of the opposing leaders reconciled by 1968, in the aftermath of a final royalist siege of San ' a '.
Most Fatah leaders eventually escaped to Egypt and the West Bank, while some were captured and killed.
Most of the delegations were selected not by primaries but by party leaders in each state, and they had a keen sense of the fast-changing pulse of public opinion.
Most of the Christian Democrat leaders argued that the letters did not express Moro's genuine wishes, claiming they were written under duress, and thus refused all negotiation.
Most of the rebel leaders were imprisoned in Lleida until 1281, while Roger-Bernard was imprisoned until 1284.
Most of the major English leaders were killed in a few months and the Black Prince fled to England, where he died in 1376.
Most of Lititz's congregations don't have African Americans, and community leaders felt that " part of learning to celebrate our diversity begins with hearing about the experience of diversity.
* Most of the situational / contingency and functional theories assume that leaders can change their behavior to meet differing circumstances or widen their behavioral range at will, when in practice many find it hard to do so because of unconscious beliefs, fears or ingrained habits.
Most public attention was focused on the purge of the leadership of the Communist Party, as well as of government bureaucrats and leaders of the armed forces, most of whom were Party members.
Most of the British members of the committee were drawn from the Universal League for the Material Elevation of the Industrious Classes and were noted trade-union leaders like Odger, George Howell ( former secretary of the London Trades Council ( LTC ) which itself declined affiliation to the IWA ( although remaining close to it )), Osborne, and Lucraft and included Owenites and Chartists.
Most of the leaders such as Mao and Zhu De proposed the execution of Chiang for his suppressions, which had damaged the CPC immensely.
Most of the leaders of the Democratic party, Thomas Hart Benton, John C. Calhoun, Herschel V. Johnson, Lewis Cass, James Murray Mason of Virginia and Ambrose Hundley Sevier were opposed and the amendment was defeated 44 – 11.