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The oppressor's capacity to stop oppressing in an expedient manner is much more hopeless in a revolutionary perspective.
1) Robert Cushman, pamphleteer for the Pilgrim migration, offered one version of this strategy when he said "the straitness of the place is such as each man is fain to pluck his means (as it were) out of his neighbor's throat, [and] there is such pressing and oppressing in towns and country, about farms, trade, traffic, etc.
The southern hemisphere continues to prosper under democratic rule, but genocidal battles have fueled the rise of tyrannical despots oppressing and exploiting the ravaged and water-soaked populations to the North.
We can engage in capitalism without oppressing, exploiting, and degrading others.
In honoring the Timorese laureates, Bishop Carlos Ximenes Belo and Jose Ramos-Horta, the Norwegian Nobel Committee issued a blunt attack on the Indonesian government, accusing it of ``systematically oppressing the people'' of East Timor.
Mason described to Hughes that she envisioned the goal of their joint effort to be "the preservation of qualities that the white race lost through oppressing these primitive peoples as they landed on these shores.