Militant

Militant may refer to:

  • The Militant, an international communist newsweekly first published in November 1928
  • Militant faction, an organized radical grouping in the Socialist Party of America during the 1930s
  • Militant Group, a British Trotskyist group of the 1930s
  • Militant tendency, an entryist group within the UK Labour Party which emerged in 1964

Other articles related to "militant, militants":

Colonel Theepan - Militant
... Theepan served in Mahattaya's Vanni command ... He then joined Mahattaya's bodyguard unit ...
Santé Engagé - Groups and Musicians - Siven Chinien
... Siven Chinien was a songwriter, singer and a militant activist ... various themes, his work is mostly remembered for his commitment to the Mauritian Militant Movement and his numerous militant songs in favour of the working-class ...
Sukhdev Singh Babbar - Death
... time, he was India's most wanted Sikh militant ... death, he was described as the most prominent militant leader since 1978 who had aura of invincibility, his death severely weakened BKI ... cat system (Special Forces personnel disguised as militants), to trap Mr ...
Mauritian General Election, 2005 - Results
... The Greens (Les Verts) Republican Movement Mauritian Militant Socialist Movement (Mouvement Militant Socialiste Mauricien) 948,766 48.8 42 ... Alliance MSM-MMM Mauritian Militant Movement (Mouvement ...

Famous quotes containing the word militant:

    “I” is a militant social tendency, working to hold and enlarge its place in the general current of tendencies. So far as it can it waxes, as all life does. To think of it as apart from society is a palpable absurdity of which no one could be guilty who really saw it as a fact of life.
    Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)

    Let us pray for the whole state of Christ’s Church Militant here in earth.
    Book Of Common Prayer, The. Holy Communion, “Prayer for the Church Militant,” (1662)

    We find the most terrible form of atheism, not in the militant and passionate struggle against the idea of God himself, but in the practical atheism of everyday living, in indifference and torpor. We often encounter these forms of atheism among those who are formally Christians.
    Nicolai A. Berdyaev (1874–1948)