Definition of Czarism
1. Noun. (alternative spelling of tsarism) ¹
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Definition of Czarism
1. autocratic government [n -S]
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Literary usage of Czarism
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1. Russia's Message: The True World Import of the Revolution by William English Walling (1908)
"In the desperate battle for its existence that ensued, not only the organisation of the czarism and its policy, but its very soul is exposed. ..."
2. Russia and Its People by Adam G. De Gurowski, count Adam G De Gurowski (1854)
"... above all, those of the ancient world. Russia, at any rate, is a huge body. We proceed now to investigate its internal structure. CHAPTER I. czarism—ITS ..."
3. The Proletarian Revolution in Russia by Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin, Leon Trotsky (1918)
"But in Russia this fact was at the same time emphasized and obscured by the existence of czarism. The reactionary character of the Russian bourgeoisie was ..."
4. Why Armenia Should be Free: Armenia's Rôle in the Present War by Garegin Pasdermadjian, Aram Torossian (1918)
"This was the policy of the government of Russian czarism from the beginning of the war to the end of its existence,—to avoid in every way ..."
5. America Vs. Europe in Industry: A Comparison of Industrial Policies and by Dwight Thompson Farnham (1921)
""Pull" and "czarism" Even the most conscientious have their human weaknesses. We all like to help humanity—that is why the uplift market is so glutted that ..."
6. Shall it be Again? by John Kenneth Turner (1922)
"IX "DEMOCRATIC" czarism IN WAR-TIME It is important, likewise, that the habits of thinking in a free country should inspire caution in those entrusted with ..."
7. Russians and Germans. Translated from the French of Victor Tissot by Victor Tissot (1882)
"... the crack of whose pistol was, so to speak, the signal of the mortal combat which still continues between Nihilism and czarism. IV. ..."