• Dennis V United States 341 U S 494 1951
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    Facts: The petitioners, the leaders of the Communist Political Association (CPA), reorganized the Association into the Communist Party through changing its policies of peaceful cooperation with the United States and its economic and political structure to into the Marxist-Leninist doctrine of the Communist Party. The Communist Party set itself apart from other political parties by disregarding the normal process of change set forth by the constitution. From the literature, statements, and activi...
  • Survived Communism And Even Laughed Drakulic Communist Life
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    Political and economic perspectives should not dominate the analysis of communist rule. Analysis of the social aspects and results of communist rule are necessary to achieve a full understanding of the effects of such government. Slaven ka Drakulic produced How We Survived Communism and Even Laughed, an appealing work with this fresh social approach. This nonfiction work combines the author's own recollections with the stories of other women of the Eastern Bloc. Drakulic, a renowned journalist a...
  • Why The Marxist Ideal Cannot Work
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    The Marxist ideal, a highly appealing, almost Utopian society, is impossible to achieve due to the fact that it demands that the human mind be almost without flaws. I tasks of society and its members to be absolutely with outranks, without greed or leadership. This has been clearly impossible for society. Each step to achieving a communist establishment has been, continues to be, and will be, in actuality, a step towards the totalitarian societies of past and current so-called communist countrie...
  • Communisim In The 1950's
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    Thesis: The "Red Scare" of the 1950's caused a massive movement for the people of that time period. I. Introduction II. The Basis of Communisim A. Communisim: Defined B. Political Aspects 1. Communist associations 2. Communist fears C. Physical Aspects 1. Incidents 2. Blacklisting III. Propaganda A. Recruitment B. The "Red Scare" 1. Communist propaganda 2. Anti-communist defenses IV. Leaders in the movement-McCarthy A. Obsessions 1. The conspiracy 2. Focus on his campaign B. Accusations 1. Al...
  • Why Did Modern Communism Fall
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    Why did modern communism fail Is it because it did not fulfill its promises Well, what exactly was it promising In this essay, the reasons will be presented. Then we can decipher why communism did fall. Karl Marx came up with the theory known as communism. He viewed his theories and beliefs to be very promising for the working class people of the world. He had five basic theories. One, that throughout history, the workers have been exploited by the owners. Two, that the value of a product or se...
  • The Communist Manifesto Factory Workers
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    Karl Marx s The Communist Manifesto forecasted the downfall of capitalism and the rise of communism. It predicted that the communist revolution was most likely to take place first in Britain or Germany because of their high population of proletarian factory workers. However, he was proved incorrect because these factory workers were happy with their conditions and felt no need to revolt. The Communist Manifesto appeals mostly to the lowest of the lower class, what he called the "proletariat." Th...
  • The Communist Manifesto Economic Class
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    The Communist Manifesto By Karl Marx Karl Marx (1818-1883) explained historical change by using and adapting a theory that was first developed by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770 - 1831). According to Hegel s theory, in any period of history there is a conflict between contrary and opposing forces. For Marx, although not for Hegel, these opposing forces were exclusively economic classes. For Marx, in any period of history up to and including the Industrial Revolution and modern capitalism, th...
  • Nine Commentaries On The Communist Party
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    0. Introduction More than a decade after the fall of the former Soviet Union and Eastern European communist regimes, the international communist movement has been spurned worldwide. The demise of the Chinese Communist Party is only a matter of time. 1. On What the Communist Party Is This article concerns the impact on the civilization of China of the communist movement and the Communist Party. Looking at the history of China's last 160 years, nearly one hundred million people have died unnatural...
  • Mccarthyism United State
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    The McCarthy Hearings Senator Joseph McCarthy instilled fear into the minds of the Americans with his anti-Communist thinking, with his ideals. Senator McCarthy, during 1950-1954, disrupted the United States with the HUAC (House of Un-American Activity Committee) Hearings. These hearings brought government workers, college professors, playwrights and Hollywood screen writers, actors, artists, musicians, gays, Jews and anyone with a goatee under suspicion. Joseph McCarthy was an unknown senator f...
  • Vietnam Young Men
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    Vietnam is a country 9000 miles away from the United States. Yet America felt that its national interest to protect the peace in south Asia and stop communist was threatened strongly enough to fight a war there. Therefore, American considered that the establishment of the "Iron Curtain" of Europe must be stopped to happen again in Asia. Meanwhile, the communist take over of China, the Korean War and the communist victory over the French in Vietnam -all led many Americans to fear that The communi...
  • Americans Panicking All Over The Country Communist Mccarthy America
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    Poli Sci 2304 Prof. Linehan What Senator Joseph McCarthy has taught me about Politics, America and Myself. Senator Joseph McCarthy was one of the most relentless, ambitious, and strongest anti-Communist Americans America has ever seen. America in the state of panic it was in formed the House Un-American Activities Committee, which was overshadowed by McCarthy alone. His Allegations cost people their job, families, lively hood, and anything that mean anything to them. Joseph loved his country an...
  • Truman Doctrine Countries Communist Nations
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    As an analyst for the R. A. N. D. Corporation, I have been asked to make an assessment of which policy, the Truman Doctrine, the formation of NATO or the Marshall Plan, was more effective in containing Communism. As I began to decide which policy was most successful, I had to first look at the purpose of all three postwar plans, and determine which one fulfilled their goals. After reviewing the policies, it was determined that the Marshall Plan was most successful in containing C...
  • Democracy In Post Communist States
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    Compare how effectively two or more post communist countries have become institutionalised democratic countries. There is yet no apparent stable democracy formed from a post-communist country. The democracies are still very unstable due to a number of diverse factors. This instability is very obvious in those regions of the formerly communist world where there is warfare, notably in parts of the Soviet Union. But even where there is no definite fighting, there are frequent symbols of instabilit...
  • Fascism Form Of Government
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    Fascism is a form of government. It's almost the complete opposite of democracy. Although the Fascist were enemies of the socialist and communist they shared the same veiws. Fascism comes in many different forms of government, but it is described as a government of authoritarian. It is not communist though all fascism rooted extreme nationalism. Or in other words, they give blind loyalty to the state. Fascist were anti-democratic people, they didn't beleive in eqaulity and liberty such as the U...
  • Mccarthyism United State
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    Since Joseph McCarthy's name has become synonymous with persecution and the suppression of dissent, is it accurate to describe the so-called 'Red Scare' as McCarthyism? What other factors were there to explain this intolerance? On the 29 th of June 1940, The United States Congress passed the Alien Registration Act, making it illegal for anyone in the US to advocate, abet, or teach the desirability of overthrowing the government. The main aim of the Alien Registration Act was to weaken the Americ...
  • Adolf Hitler Mussolini Stalin Communist
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    Totalitarianism is a form of government in which all of the societal resources are monopolized by the state in an effort to make a way into and control all aspects of public and private life, through the use of propaganda, terror, and technology. Totalitarian regimes differ from older concepts of dictatorship. Totalitarian regimes seek to create complete political, social and cultural control, whereas dictatorships seek limited, typically political, control. Many times in the world, leaders such...
  • Vietnam War Minh French Communist
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    Was the Vietnam War really a result of communist expansionism and was the United States intellectually and morally justified for its intervention? This Essay will discuss and examine the causes of the Vietnam War specifically addressing the notion that communist expansionism played a major role. It will also look at the role that the United States undertook in the war and if its intervention was intellectually and morally justified. The origins of the Vietnam War date back to post World War 2 19...
  • Chinese Communist Party Victory In Chinese Civil War
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    IB Extended Essay: Why was the Chinese Communist Party able to achieve victory over the Kuomintang in the Chinese Civil War? Word Count: 4067 Abstract The Chinese Civil War, which took place from the end of World War II up to October 1, 1949, directly led to the creation of the People's Republic of China, the world's most populous communist nation. The purpose of this essay is to explain why the Chinese Communist Party was able to achieve victory over the Kuomintang in the Chines...
  • Soviet Union Communist Yugoslavia Romania
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    In order to answer this question effectively I must portray a complete picture of what was happening in the Balkan countries at the end of the 1980's. However before I do that I shall define what makes my countries of study; Romania, Bulgaria and Yugoslavia, different to each other and other Communist block countries. This will allow me a context of which I can discuss how the countries particular systems collapsed in different ways. The role of the Soviet Union, especially events in Russia, pla...
  • Albania The Cold War Years
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    During World War II the country was occupied by the Germans. When they retreated in 1944, a leader of the Communist-led resistance movement, Enter Hoxha, became head of the Albanian government. In 1946 a people's republic was declared; private land was confiscated and industry nationalized. After the war Yugoslavia controlled Albania. When Yugoslavia left the Soviet bloc in 1948, Albania broke its ties with that country and became an ally of the Soviet Union, joining the Warsaw Pact in 1955. Alb...