Minority Movement

Some articles on minority movement, minority, movement:

National Minority Movement - Organizational History - Establishment
... The National Minority Movement (NMM) was established at a convention held August 23–24, 1924, attended by 271 delegates, claiming to represent 200,000 workers ... The aim of the National Minority Movement was to convert the revolutionary minority of the working class into a majority ... An early success of the movement was the election of Minority Movement supporter A ...
National Union Of Seamen - World War I and After
... as one of the most vehement supporters of the war in the labour movement, ostensibly because of Germany's conduct of the war at sea, especially the alleged targeting of ... Other sections of the trade union and labour movement were also strongly critical of the NSFU's detrimental collusion with employers ... resistance to the NSFU was expressed through the Seamens' Minority Movement (founded 1924) part of the Transport Workers' Minority Movement ...

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    For what we call illusions are often, in truth, a wider vision of past and present realities—a willing movement of a man’s soul with the larger sweep of the world’s forces—a movement towards a more assured end than the chances of a single life.
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    A city built upon mud;
    A culture built upon profit;
    Free speech nipped in the bud,
    The minority always guilty.
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