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oppression

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoppressionop‧pres‧sion /əˈpreʃən/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  CONTROLwhen someone treats a group of people unfairly or cruelly and prevents them from having the same rights as other people havediscriminationpolitical/racial/sexual etc oppression They suffered years of political oppression. the struggle against oppression
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oppressionThe same sense of gloom and oppression.And isn't that just the case with everything you gone and done over the centuries of black oppression?Am I a man who fears oppression or death?It is written in every cell of my body and, most of all, in thirty years of oppression.What matters are the structures of power, the institutions and the social practices that produce racial oppression and discriminatory outcomes.Marxist writers vary quite substantially in their interpretations of the reason for women's oppression.the oppression of womenDid he do it with oppression?political/racial/sexual etc oppressionThe first problem is the dispassionate judgement of compositions that emerge from, and in some cases directly express, political oppression.What matters are the structures of power, the institutions and the social practices that produce racial oppression and discriminatory outcomes.Or an end to racial oppression?
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