Militant

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Militant is usually used to describe a person engaged in aggressive verbal or physical combat (e.g. an activist, revolutionary, terrorist or insurgent).

Militant may also refer to:

  • The Militant, an international communist newsweekly first published in November 1928
  • Militant faction, an organized radical grouping in the Socialist Party of America during the 1930s
  • Militant Group, a British Trotskyist group of the 1930s
  • Militant (Trotskyist group), a British Trotskyist group which followed entryist tactics in the Labour Party until the early 1990s. Militant was also the title of the group's newspaper.

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