Left Wing

  • (noun): Those who support varying degrees of social or political or economic change designed to promote the public welfare.
    Synonyms: left

Some articles on left, wing, left wing:

American Airlines Flight 723 - The Crash
... The flight left Bradley at 714 and, once in the Albany terminal area, found poor visibility preventing landings, with several aircraft ahead of theirs in a holding pattern ... Two aircraft left the holding pattern, making attempts to land, but both made missed approaches ... The right wing struck the center tower of the three, then the left wing struck the east tower ...
Adolph Germer
... It was during this period that the Left Wing Section of the Socialist Party emerged as an organized faction ... a series of suspensions, expulsions, and "reorganizations" of various Left Wing states, branches, and locals and thereby controlling the pivotal 1919 Emergency National Convention of the SPA, and thus forcing ...
László Rudas - Biography - Before The 1918 Revolution
... of Hungary (SDP) in 1903 as a university student and identified with the revolutionary socialist left wing of the party ... the October 1918 Hungarian Revolution, Rudas consistently stood on the left wing of the Hungarian SDP, voting with a minority of the Central Committee to condemn the Hungarian majority ... independent Hungary within the framework of a monarchy, the left wing sought insurrection leading to establishment of a workers' republic of the Bolshevik type, as was currently being ...
Louis C. Fraina - Biography - Pioneer Communist Theoretician (1917-1919)
... soon emerged as one of the leader's of the organization's left wing ... The publication, which first saw print in May 1917, soon became a leading voice of the radical wing of the Socialist Party, individuals who congealed into an organized political faction called the Left Wing Section ... Fraina was the author of the Left Wing Manifesto that served as the fundamental theoretical document of the organized Left Wing Section of the Socialist Party that emerged early in 1919 ...
Left-wing Nationalism - Europe
... Abertzale, and Brest Charter In Europe, a number of left-wing nationalist movements exist, and have a long and well-established tradition ... Nationalism itself was placed on the left during the French Revolution and the French Revolutionary Wars ... The original left-wing nationalists endorsed civic nationalism which defined the nation as a "daily plebiscite" and as formed by the subjective "will to ...

Famous quotes containing the words wing and/or left:

    Fan the sinking flame of hilarity with the wing of friendship; and pass the rosy wine.
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

    Like a canoe route across the great lake on whose shore
    One is left trapped, grumbling not so much at bad luck as
    Because only this one side of experience is ever revealed.
    And that meant something.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)