The liberal critics of revolutionary fervor are right in their fear of tyranny in the name of the people.
Passover was an annual feast when the Jews remembered their great deliverance from the bondage and tyranny of Egypt many centuries earlier.
He also supported the fascist tyranny of Pilsudski in Poland, while writing erudite encyclicals on moral and political principles.
Marx noted in Capital that the other side to the anarchy of the market is the tyranny of the factory.
May/June 2003 Imperialism and Tyranny Left apologists for war forget liberation, says Gerad Killoran.
They were seeking deliverance from the tyranny of Rome.
Stalinist tyranny, which had seemed so immovable, disintegrated.
It represents man 's instinctive defiance of tyranny and of an impersonal universe.
In England Rufus began to display uncontrolled tyranny along with his chief justiciar, the despised Ranulf Flambard.
The Prophet Muhammad was sent by God to liberate mankind from the tyranny of other men so that we could all worship God freely.
The entire Yadav people began to pray for liberation from the tyranny of Kansa.
To deny assisted suicide to a competent adult with no depressive illness is a monstrous tyranny and denies their autonomy.
His task was far from easy as Mary 's tyranny and popish superstitions had left a dirty stain on the entire country.
Perhaps it was the soft light - but the advanced age seemed more an affectation than a true tyranny of the years.
On the whole, state constitutions reflected fear of government tyranny more than they reflected the need to create forceful, effective government.
Or will they get embroiled in a plot to liberate the people from the tyranny of the wicked Master Gear?
Second, to liberate Iraqi people from tyranny of dictator Saddam even if through indiscriminate bombing of the country.
People with no strength other than the secret strength of the poem have made tyranny quake.
The public are rebelling against the tyranny of cool to enjoy the fine art of dressing up.
Nicholas Blake QC said that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights allowed for the possibility of rebellion against tyranny and oppression.
He now stands fast: most cruel in tyranny, He is no rightful king for our fair land.
We, alone on earth, can rebel against the tyranny of the selfish replicators '.
Worst of all, New Labor have created a tyranny of political correctness.
We should defer to the tyranny of the majority.
A new(-ish) essay of mine The tyranny of print is hosted there, and will shortly be joined by some new PDF collections.
The tyranny of the minority in the short-term would lead to democracy for the majority in the long-term.
This is only common sense and most of us would agree that to overthrow tyranny, force must be sometimes be used.
They all dreamed of escaping the tyranny of editors, deadlines, the daily grind to Blackfriars Station.
He experienced the consequences of his choice in opposing tyranny in his own special way, for the remainder of his life.
It is tyranny imposed by a military machine of immense power; it is tyranny by an utterly ruthless despotism.
Edward overcame the tyranny of his guardians at the age of seventeen and then set about developing a new form of awe-inspiring chivalric kingship.
He has no illusions about the true price of defeat having seen first hand what life under Nazi tyranny means.
She had always resisted the petty tyranny of the kitchen, its perfect order and shiny regimen, the confusing array of spices.
They see every foul device of imperialist tyranny employed against them with at any rate the passive acquiescence of the British working class.
It can create community, build and support cultures, foster freedom and participation and challenge tyranny and oppression.
HYMN 1. Give thanks for those That dared oppose The rule of tyranny, Who stood unbowed Before the proud, And spoke courageously.
Nero was a cruel tyranny who would torture his subjects by playing the fiddle to them.