Proletarian in a sentence as a noun

Of course not - they must be 'liquidated' or melted in the hot fire of exile and labor into the proletarian mass.

If you work and earn a wage or salary for your living, without which you would become destitute or dependent, you are a proletarian.

In print, the production is handled by people considered to be proletarian subhumans who are paid almost nothing and disposed of at a whim.

Ok, I'd like to go build a 20 story cinderblock apartment building called "the proletarian towers" in the middle of a wealthy, republican-leaning Dallas suburb.

Proletarian in a sentence as an adjective

They are likely to have earned their wealth by working hard, so they can relate to the hard work you do, even if their work was "white collar" instead of "blue collar".The "middle class" that you describe seem to be Fussell's "middle" or "high proletarian".

If that were to be taken rigorously, an ad hominem argument would effectively render Marx's general theory as incoherent: as Marx was not a proletarian, his own view of history couldn't be objective.

> But I have some experience in fighting for Socialism, and this experience tells me that if Roosevelt makes a real attempt to satisfy the interests of the proletarian class at the expense of the capitalist class, the latter will put another President in his place.

This is especially true if you consider the cultural/political identity of the scenes as separate from the musical evolution: the mythology of proletarian urban militancy surrounding rave arguably started in detroit with Underground Resistance.

Proletarian definitions


a member of the working class (not necessarily employed); "workers of the world--unite!"

See also: prole worker


belonging to or characteristic of the proletariat