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  • Members Of The American Communist Party
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    Karl Marx, author of The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital, was the originator of the political and economic theory of Scientific Socialism (modern Communism). Communism, by definition, is the complete control of major resources and the means of production by government, initially in the form of autocracy. In theory, under this system all would be equal; all would share in both work, according to their ability, and profit, according to need. According to Marx, the proletariat, or working class...
  • Chinese Community
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    Tripmaster Monkey Wittman uses theatre throughout the book 'Tripmaster Monkey'; to get back to his cultural roots and Asian culture. He is trying to find himself through theatre and to open up a new avenue for his people. There are numerous examples of this throughout the book as he is writing his play and incorporating the old (legends and myths) with the new (contemporary times). The first significant reference to legend occurs when Wittman is putting his entire night's worth of writing into t...
  • Period Of American History
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    The American Community in the 1900's to the 1920's was in fact a totally different generation than its successor not only because of cultural and economic reasons but also because of world events and the rise of technology. Americans in the early 1900's were a closely knit generation with a sense of community, morals, and obligations. They had an 'instilled's et of ideals and values and their lives were very much affected by the rise of technology. Living in America in the early part of the 1900...
  • American Communist Movement
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    World War I was finally over, however, there was a new threat to Americans. This threat was Communism, which was greatly feared by most. S. citizens. Communism is "a system of social and economic organization in which property is owned by the state or group, to be shared in common or to be distributed among members of the community equally or in proportion to their respective needs". In 1919, no more than one-tenth ofthe adult American population belonged to the newly formed Communist movement, ...
  • American Life During The Cold War
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    During World War II, American women filled the jobs that the departing soldiers were forced to leave. Without their labor, America's economy as well as the war effort would have completely shut down. Not only did women fill factory jobs making weapons and supplies for the war, but also became professionals. It was the first chance that women got to truly experience the workplace and see what they could actually accomplish without having to depend on their husbands. After the war ended however, w...
  • Communism And The Actions Of The Government
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    1. How do you account for the appeal of McCarthyism in the United States in the era following the Second World War? Following the Second World War was an era of McCarthyism in the United States. There are many things that can account for the appeal of McCarthyism to the people at this time. For example, communism and the actions of the government enhanced the attraction of McCarthyism. For these reasons, McCarthyism was able to gain nationwide support. Joseph McCarthy used many means to convey h...

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