"Communist state" Essays and Research Papers

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  • The Communist Threat

    The Communist Threat Communism‚ like all forms of government was designed to benefit the people of the country. Originally communism was established to create economic stability by abolishing private property‚ if your property was sought to be public‚ it would be used as a greater benefit to the economy. There were people that believed in the idea of communism—those who thought that the key to a successful economy was by total government control. Time passed and political power became the greater

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  • communist party of india

    the version of CPI(M)‚ the Communist Party of India was founded in Tashkent‚ Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic on 17 October 1920‚ soon after the Second Congress of theCommunist International. The founding members of the party were M.N. Roy‚ Evelyn Trent Roy (Roy’s wife)‚ Abani Mukherji‚ Rosa Fitingof (Abani’s wife)‚ Mohammad Ali (Ahmed Hasan)‚ Mohammad Shafiq Siddiqui‚ Rafiq Ahmed of Bhopal and M.P.B.T. Acharya.[1][2] CPI says that there were many communist groups formed by Indians with

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  • Indochinese Communist Party

    Indochinese Communist Party Heads the Independence Movement in 1940’s Communism in Vietnam in the 1940’s was coming to the forefront. Not only that‚ the Indochinese Communist Party (ICP) was making headway‚ as one of the largest parties in Vietnam‚ on Vietnams fight for independence. There are many reasons why the ICP were at the forefront; among those is France’s Downfall in 1939 followed by the revitalization of the ICP‚ the debate over “person-hood‚” Famine during the late part of WWII which

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  • COMMUNIST RUSSIA WAR AND COMMUNISM

    Communist Russia War Communism and the New Economic Policy One-Party Dictatorship started in 1918 with Lenin’s infant Communist government were threatened with civil war. Tsarist officers had gathered troops in the south and others in anti-communist centers. Arose in Siberia and still others in the extreme north and along the Baltic coast. A political group called the (Whites) were in contrast to the communist. (Reds)‚ which combined all shades of opinion and the theory of moderate socialist to

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  • The Communist Manifesto

    Professor Mullen Haley Barnes Eng 101 12:20-1:10 7 November 2014 The Communist Manifesto In the reading‚ the communist manifesto‚ Marx talks about ten main points on how to turn our society into a communist society. The first point that Marx makes I do not agree with. I think that his first point means that the government can come in and take someone’s land that they own. I don’t think that anyone should be able to just randomly decide that they get to take your property away from you. I do not

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  • The Communist Manifesto: How Communism Has Changed The World

    adjusted the vision that was originally intended by Marx. This resulted in two very different communist states and ended with the failure of the Soviet Union. The theory of communism is that the middle class will rule‚ however‚ there are variations of this that have been applied. The Communist Manifesto showed the way of communism and the true form of the ideology that was intended from Karl Marx: “The Communist Manifesto has been the basis of a representation that has oriented social action as well as

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  • To what extent was collectivisation a success for the Communist Party?

    the Communist party because of things like the Gulags which helped industrialise Russia to where it was the most industrialised state at the start of the Second World War. It also helped Stalin gain control of the party by defeating his rivals on the right. On the other hand‚ collectivisation had many disastrous effects for the Communist Party‚ such as the great famines that killed millions of people. Stalin’s personal and political gains were one of the greatest successes for the Communist Party

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  • Communist China

    Communist China Sun Yixian(1866-1925) Sun Yixian was born into a farm family in 1866. He started school at age 10‚ and at age 13 he moved to Hawaii where he completed his schooling. While in Hawaii he received the citizenship of America‚ and he liked Abrahams idea of republicanism. In china he was known as The Father Of China. He also learned Christianity. In 1892 he earned his medical licenses‚ And finally in 1911 he was elected as the first provisional president. Sun Yixian

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  • Explain why the NEP was unpopular with many communists in the 1920 USSR

    Explain why the NEP was unpopular with many Communists in the 1920s USSR. The New Economic Policy‚ known as the NEP was an economic system used in the USSR 1921-1928. The NEP was introduced after war communism. This was because war communism involved kulaks and other peasants being forced to give up their crops in order to support the army‚ this in turn made them quite upset and angry which made them destroy crops. This meant that the growth of crops and food was falling back to 1913 standards and

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  • Poli 3001 Essay. China and the United States.

    The relations involving China and the United States are a hot subject matter in the humankind as China‚ one of the world’s oldest civilizations with the largest inhabitants‚ and the US on the other hand‚ one of the world’s youngest civilizations with the strongest financial system‚ are not only vital for the two countries but also for the future growth of the whole world. One of the main reasons for the complexity and the disagreement between China and the US relations is the inequality of the common

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