Translation of proletariat in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˌprəʊlɪˈtɛːrɪət//ˌproʊləˈtɛriət/


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    the proletariat el proletariado
    • The catastrophe into which the world has thrust the socialist proletariat is an unexampled misfortune for humanity.
    • Is it necessary for the peasant classes of agricultural nations to become urban or rural (if such a thing is possible) proletariats before a Socialist Revolution is possible?
    • She grew up as a member of this oppressed proletariat that Marx and Engels wrote about.
    • Lenin proposed that the new regime would be a ‘democratic dictatorship of the proletariat and peasantry.’
    • That is to say, the revolutionary hymn that called the proletariats of the world to unite is now anti-revolutionary in the harmonious society.
    • What relevance, then, could Marxism, a movement of the urban proletariat, have for the political development of Russia?
    • The dictatorship of the proletariat was key to Marx.
    • The working class, or proletariat, is not defined by the type of labour it performs, but by its relationship to the means of production.
    • As learned and experienced bargainers, thanks to months on the road, we calmly explained that we were students (and proletariats ourselves) and simply could not afford the 1000 rupees, which was true.
    • The dominance of industrial capitalism nurtured an urban proletariat, in large measure drawn from the mass immigration from southern and eastern Europe.
    • I want to know more about why the working class or the proletariat is the decisive factor in this fight.
    • Today, strawberries are grown in all 50 states and enjoyed by people in all walks of life - presidents and proletariats alike.
    • It is, in fact, a larger and more diverse section of the population than the old industrial proletariat of the middle of the last century.
    • Human history has remained the chronology of struggles between master and servant, have and have nots, between capitalists and proletariats, exploiter and exploited.
    • In capitalist society, the main axis of conflict is between the bourgeoisie (the capitalist) and proletariat (the workers).
    • It was Gandhi's first experience with India's industrial proletariat.
    • Political art consisted in fusing the petty bourgeoisie into oneness through its common hostility to the proletariat.
    • These American farmers were not, then, in the classic Marxist formulation, expropriating the surplus value of a proletariat.
    • His idea was to take the city to the village, so a working class, a proletariat, began to be born in the villages.
    • The industrial proletariat was the first to rally around it.