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  • Abstract On The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx
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    Abstract on the Communist Manifesto Karl Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto between December 1847 and February 1848 at the request of the Central Committee of the Communist League in London. This theoretical pamphlet containing merely thirty pages may be responsible for influencing more people between the late nineteenth and mid twentieth centuries than any other printed work of its time. Not only did this manifesto attempt to fulfill its primary purpose of unifying the League's opposing fractio...
  • Communist Ideal
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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...
  • Communist Party And Castro
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    In A Dictionary of Sociology, Gordon Marshall defines rebellion / revolution as "Relatively rare but historically important events in which an entire social and political order is overturned, usually by violent means". He continues to say that while a rebellion is only the replacement of one ruling group by another, a revolution also has the new governing elite making fundamental changes. Both the Chinese Revolution of 1949 and the Cuban Revolution of 1959 completely fit the definition of a full...
  • The Anarchists And The Socialists
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    The Spanish Civil War In the Spanish Civil War conflict there were three types of governing: Right-wing, Left-wing, and Center. Each of the groups in these classifications was a little more or a little less extreme than the next but each side had common goals. On the right side there were Landlords, Aristocracies, the Catholic Church, Falangists Monarchists, and the Spanish National Guard (the Army) who were fighting for facs im and old world order. On the left were the Socialists, Anarchists, a...
  • Available In Western Shops
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    The so-called " Velvet revolution ' ended the communist control of Czechoslovakia in late 1989. On November 17 the formal government allowed a demonstration, where people commemorated the 50th anniversary of a cruel suppression of a student demonstration in German-occupied Prague. However, history repeated itself and the students were brutally beaten by police. As a result a large protest movement developed. Demonstrations and strikes occurred across the whole country under the leadership ofObca...
  • Marx's The Communist Manifesto
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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...
  • Mao And The Communist Government
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    The Cultural Revolution was designed to destroy all of the culture of pre-communist China, to establish a new more perfect communist society, and to punish his critics of the Great Leap Forward. He sought out to do this by any means possible. The plan he came up with was clever but yet very destructive on the whole of China. Through Mao's domestic diplomacy, he convinced the easiest influenced people in China, the peasants and the youth, to join in the fight to cleanse China from all Western and...
  • Most Famous Propaganda Art Work From China
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    On October 1st 1949, Chairman Mao Zedong, leader of the Communist Party of China, declared the fall of Chiang Kai-shek's reactionary government, and announced the creation of the new People's Republic of China. However, the good chairman did not achieve this victory by military might alone; through the utilization of propagandistic artwork the communist party was able to win the support of the ailing masses. By examining the propaganda pieces used from the outbreak of the Chinese Civil War, thro...
  • Russian Revolution Of 1917 Changed Russia
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    Chris Troutman English 12 February 2, 2003 russian revolution reseach The Russian Revolution of 1917 was a major turning point in history. It marked the end of a czar rule of the Romanovs, as well as the beginning of a communist rule. The Revolution didn't just consist of one event. It consisted of many. Some of these events were the Czarist wartime incompetence, the March Revolution, the Czar abdicating his throne, the provisional government failing, and the communists taking control. However p...
  • Communist Revolution In Motion
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    Character information Old Major Old Major is the wise old pig whose stirring speech to the animals helps set the Rebellion in motion- though he dies before it actually begins. His role compares with that of Karl Marx, whose ideas set the Communist Revolution in motion. Napolean Napoleon is a "large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his own way. ' And so he does. Instead of debating with Snowball, he sets his dogs on him and continues t...

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