Some articles on party, top:
... on the Leninist concept of democratic centralism, which provided for the election of party leaders at all levels but required that each level be fully subject to the ... Accordingly, party programs and policies were directed from the top, and resolutions of higher organs were unconditionally binding on all lower organs ... and openly discussed at congresses, conferences, and membership meetings and in the party press ...
Famous quotes containing the words party and/or top:
“I never knew anyone yet who got up at six who did anything more useful between that time and breakfast than banging a tennis ball up against the side of the house, waiting for the more civilized members of the party to get up.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
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—Albert Camus (19131960)