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Revolutionary propaganda means dissemination of revolutionary ideas.
While the term propaganda bears a mostly negative connotation in modern English language, this did not exist in the early 20th century, when the word "propaganda" was first coined. "Revolutionary propaganda" is supposed to carry a positive connotation, something along the lines of "dissemination of ideas that will help people win their freedom".
See also: Agitprop
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