01. His belief in communist [ideology] has suffered somewhat with the collapse of the regimes of Eastern Europe.
02. North Korea has traditionally followed the [ideology] of the Soviet Union in its form of communism.
03. The [ideological] differences in the party have resulted in divisions that may actually result in an eventual split.
04. We share the same basic political philosophy even though we have some [ideological] differences.
05. Capitalist [ideology] does not necessarily have to mean that the poor are left entirely on their own.
06. [Ideological] differences within the party have grown substantially since their loss in the recent election.
07. [Ideologists] within the party have different interpretations of the direction they should take in the next election.
08. The grass roots of the party appear to be [ideologically] opposed to the centrist approach of the leader.
09. In his 1965 study, John Porter concluded that the corporate elite in Canada was more powerful than the political, labor, bureaucratic, or [ideological] elites.
10. Edward Abbey once noted that growth for the sake of growth is the [ideology] of the cancer cell.
11. Because Western civilization has long been dominated by Christianity, it is not surprising that many social movements and [ideologies] which describe an ideal future are influenced by Christian thought.
12. Revolutionary hero Che Guevara developed his communist [ideology] while travelling through South America, where he witnessed the poverty and exploitation of the common people.
13. Eugene Ionesco once observed that [ideologies] separate us, but dreams and anguish bring us together.
14. The meeting of Mikhail Gorbachev and the Pope in December of 1989 was described as the end of 72 years of Kremlin atheist [ideology].
15. Muammar Gaddafi used oil funds during the 1970s and 1980s to promote his unique political [ideology] outside Libya.

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