Luther printed his Bible shortly after the Textus Receptus was compiled. That was when it got all of the books that we now associate with it and officially lost the Apocrypha.
No, the Vulgate was not adopted as the offical Bible of the Church (pending some additions and subtractions like Revelations) until the sixteenth century. Until then, clerics used various texts, some of which made it into the Textus Receptus, as the word of God. And let us not forget that the Vulgate itself was a collection of texts that were translated into latin from various languages, not original material.
Hell no it wasn't! Haven't you heard of the Edict of Milan? Then he gave his vision story to biographers. And then he commissioned the construction of the old St. Peter's. It was a huge propaganda piece.
You know why he did that, right? So that he could be forgiven for doing all the things that emperors do after having done them.
He got the support of a large cult in the midst of a civil war.
I was saying something about his little issue with the bishop of Alexandria earlier, wasn't I? What did he do about that again? Oh yeah, he forced the Nicene Creed under penalty of exile. Constantine got what he wanted from the church.
Nonsense. It is all but guaranteed. Consider how scripts were copied: by hand, by different people, and often from a different language.
Consider that we only have one of each manuscript in many cases. We have no idea what was on any of the others or how they were copied from some long-lost original.
Like how they eliminated every last copy of every last one of Epicurus' books?
Fascism was definitively over in Portugal when protectionism ended, but the Estado Novo was ended later by coup.
Bear in mind that this was after Nixon went to China. The Americans and the Chinese were close enough that they were performing "regime change" together (see: Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge). The Americans had no problem at all with supporting Chinese interests and indeed found strengthening the Chinese to be useful in hemming in the Soviet Union.
They didn't just stage strikes. They staged general strikes where entire cities effectively threw off government control for short periods of time, and they did it while the Russian Revolution was going on. Porkies were terrified that they were going to set off another Red October in North America.
The Black Panther Party was never peaceful. The first thing that they did was to buy shotguns using money that they made reselling Mao's Little Red Book.
Revolution is never peaceful. Ruling classes never give up power without a bloody war. It has always been thus.
In what way? There are still ML countries out there, and groups like the Naxalites and the various Red Guards are legitimate political forces.