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revisionismre‧vi‧sion‧is‧m /rɪˈvɪʒənɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  PPPideas which are changing away from the main beliefs of a political system, especially a Marxist systemrevisionist adjective revisionist writingsrevisionist noun [countable]
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revisionismFor empiricists, revisionism is no heresy; and heresy no bad thing, anyway.This is not to imply that this form of historical revisionism is ideologically neutral or objective.He is sweeping along on a tide of revisionism.Their vision of the party pointed towards a loosely-organized entity open to the revisionism from which western Marxist parties were suffering.Mr Kinnock is a relatively recent convert to revisionism.
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