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Communism essays / Ho Chi Mihn
Marxism-Leninism in Vietnam In the region of Vietnam there had been many uprisings. All of these uprisings were for one reason, freedom. The Vietnamese were willing to accept Communism in return for what they had been fighting for over 2000 years: self rule. In 1950 the United States, owing a debt of gratitude towards France, sent several advisors to aid French control in Vietnam. Over...
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Communism essays / Soviet Leaders
When you are talking about the Soviet people and say that they are non-political people who don’t believe in ideology you need to examine it more. From the time the Soviet Society evolved into the communist society that they were until they lost the stigma of being a communist society these statements were by and large true. After they lost their communist traits everything changed....
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Capital is not personal, but social power and product. (Carl Marx) Carl Marx, perhaps one of the most influential philosophers in history, is widely remembered for the revolutionizing ideologies he presented in the Communist Manifesto. Marx was certainly a man of great intelligence and vision. His many visions about capitalistic development are constantly reflected in today s society. Job al...
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Communism essays / John F Kennedy
JFK John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States. He was the youngest man ever elected to be president, and was also the youngest to die while in office. I feel that a holiday recognizing his life should be issued. I personally think he was the best president to serve our country. There are many reasons why he should be remembered. He started many organizations, stood...
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Communism essays / Genva Accords
The Result of Decisions in Geneva In the spring and summer of 1954 French and Vietminh forces were battling fiercely over who would be in control of Vietnam. Things were beginning to look very bleak for the French forces trying to quell the uprisings of the Vietminh in their colonial possession of Indochina. General Navarre who headed up the military operations in that region was sure th...
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Communism essays / Communism 2
The doctrine of the rights of man was faulty, according to Marx, because none of the supposed rights of man, go beyond the egoistic man, man as he is, as a member of civil society; that is, an individual separated from the community, withdrawn into himself, wholly preoccupied with his private interest and acting in accordance with his private caprice. Thus man was not liberated from religion, h...
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Communism essays / Communism An Overview
Communism began in the early 19th century in response to the problematic beginnings of modern capitalism. At that time communism was the basis for many utopian settlements, most, however, eventually failed. These small-scale experiments into communism were done with voluntary cooperation, with everyone participating in the governing process. Later Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels greatly help...
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Communism essays / Atom Bomb
The United States' decision to drop the atomic bomb was intended to intimidate and keep the Soviet Union from invading Japan, but was also to end the war. Even without the atomic bomb, the Japanese empire would have collapsed. The United States, however, did not want to let the Soviet Union enter the war and invade Japan in order to spread communism. Before the atomic bomb, the US had already...
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In a free market society, business rules the land. Either you have money or you do not. There is no government to take care of you and no sympathy for those less fortunate. Karl Marx saw this as a weakness rather than strength. He developed a theory of communism, where the people rule and everything is equally shared. Russia took to this theory and enveloped it, as it's own way of life. Were Co...
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Communism essays / An Ideal Society
An Ideal Society There is no real way to describe an ideal society many authors have tried to write what they believe it might be like, but by the end of every story the perfect society all most always fails . The only real way we could have a perfect society is if the people who made up the society were perfect. Now if everyone was perfect we would eliminate diversity and by eliminating...
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Communism essays / Mccarthyism 2
McCarthyism |Joe McCarthy bought communism in much the same way as other people purchase a new automobile. The salesman showed him the model; he looked at it with interest, examined it more closely, kicked at the tires, sat at the wheel, squiggled around in the set, asked some questions and bought. It was as cold as that,X said Roy Cohn. In fact, Joe McCarthy was the leader behind the anti-c...
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Communism essays / Criticism Bridge At Andau
John A. Franklin Academic English 12 Mr. George May 19, 1999 Criticism on The Bridge at Andau The Bridge at Andau was written in the mid 1950's by James A. Michener. This is a documentary on the account of Hungary's people and the communist influence from Russia. Although the people of Hungary lost in their fights with the ADO and the Russians, they showed us how determination and ...
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The Massacre at Tiananmen Square It was a bloody massacre. The Massacre of Tiananmen Square, in Beijing, China, that is. It was boycott against the government. The people wanted freedom. They wanted democracy. They wanted to know why Hu Yaobang was dismissed in January 1987 (NMIS.org Chronology Page 1). They were angry that students who wanted to know why he was dismissed were arrested (Inside ...
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The McCarthy Era and the Salem Witch Trials The McCarthy era is very similar to the Salem Witch trials. They are both similar, because they both dealt with hysteria. Hysteria is an uncontrollable fear or outburst of emotion. Both things had to do with people accusing each other of people being communist, and people being witches. The McCarthy era, took place in the twentieth cen...
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Communism essays / Reagan
How are things in the US? I am doing great here in Switzerland on my professional ski tour. Its always exciting visiting new places and people, but its probably normal for you Mr. President. Well, anyway, I was thinking back to the period of the US History class when we studied Ronald Reagan and the Eighties. Your presidency sure does remind me a lot of him. Many people say that Ronald Re...
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POLITICS IN CHINA IN EARLY 1900'S The politics in China varies to republic and nationalism and communism. First of all, there is Republican China which evolved very slowly. In August of 1912, a new Political party was founded by a man named Song Jiaoren. The party, Guomindang Kuomintang or KMT- the National People's Party was actually a lot of small political groups. In February of 1913,...
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Following WWII, The United States and Soviet Union were gripped in the clenches of a Cold War. Stalin felt the need to spread communism and add on to the Soviet Union by installing communist governments in the countries to the east, while the goal of the Truman Doctrine in America was to prevent the spread of communism. With the transition to communism of many countries in the eastern bloc, re...
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Communism and socialism in animal farn Communism and socialism plays an important role in Animal Farm by George Orwell. All of the events that occurred in the book represent actual events that happened to a communist country, now known as Russia. Both communism and socialism have similar beliefs but still have their differences. There has never been a communist society where people were happy a...
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Communism essays / The Communist Manifesto
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 Co...
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Communism essays / Brave New World Essay
Brave New World Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, while fictitiously showing the future possible advances of science and technology, is actually warning people of what science could become. In the Foreword of Brave New World, Huxley states: “The theme of Brave New World is not the advancement of science as such; it is the advancement of science as it affects human individuals̶...
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Communism essays / Karl Marx
Karl Marx has been one of the most infleuntial figures in our time. He has produced numerous important political and economical doucments. Those who follow Marxist philsohies number a substantial portion of the world’s population. Karl Marx’s biggest contribution to society was the essay titled Capitol which transformed the way people look at any society. It deals with classical econo...
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Communism essays / Lenin
Karl Marx's theories on Communism had a major role in the influence of diplomicy and world politics. He believed and spoke that Communism was the third part of a continuum that started with Feudalism, then onto Capitalism, and finally ended with Communism. The major ideas of Karl Marx's theories were made up of a Central Government, which owns all, and controls each persons daily life. ...
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SOVIET COMMUNISM VS. CHINESE COMMUNISMThe Soviet Union and China are the two important states in the world history that practiced a form of communism. However, communism in the Soviet Union collapsed while it still survives in China. What were the reasons: what caused the collapse in the Soviet Union and why has the Chinese communist-party state has been more durable than the Soviet Union s?...
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Communism essays / Ronald Regan
The perceptions of Ronald Reagan as a political figure and a foreign policy maker are numerous. He was seen by some, as an "warrior", by others such as Margaret Thatcher, as a savior, the man who "won the cold war without firing a shot. Some people were concerned about the idea of having a president who had "prejudices about the Soviet Union. Ronald Reagan's management of government affairs ...
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The situation that formed in Asia and the Pacific Rim after WWII was basically a battle between the West (America, capitalism) and the East (USSR, communism). The war created two super-powers in Russia and the USA. Russia immediately began to convert all their territory gained into communist puppet governments. This caused disagreement between the US and the USSR. The US then tried to s...
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Communism essays / Cold War
1.) When the president Arbenz gave away the land of the fruit company to the people of Guatemala, it was said to be a communist action. And since Guatemala is a part of the United States, they would have no part of Communism in their land. 2.) The Press reported completely different from what really happened. The press reported it the American people as a complete Communist action, and that Arb...
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Communism essays / Communism
Communism"A specter is haunting Europe the specter of Communism." This was the opening line of Karl Marx's 'Manifesto of the Communist Party' when it was published in 1848. Today, with the apparent failure of so many Communist experiments, the Marxian statement might be rewritten: "A specter is haunting Communism the specter of capitalism." ( Communism, World Book encyclopedia, p891)Marx, ...
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Communism essays / Ben- Hur V.S Pu Yi
Although Ben- Hur and Pu Yi were from entirely different times they both experience many of the same obstacles. Because of the hard ships of the positions in their communities they experienced the rise and fall from riches to rags. Pu Yi being called to be the emperor at a very young age never experienced many hard ships until a later age. When he was older his power was removed ...
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Communism essays / Was Communism Feared
Why Was Communism Feared? After WWII, Americans knew they lived in the strongest and "greatest" country on earth. They were however afraid of communism at home and abroad. Through the reading and discussions in this class I have found the primary reasoning for this fear was because they did not want to think our country could be like the rest. After the war businesses were tryin...
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Communism essays / The Korean War
The Korean War was a war that at the time, many Americans thought was a worthwhile battle. Latter, people would come to believe that the war was not as important as they believed. The Soviet Union would fall and communism would not be a threat in world’s views. I share the belief that the battle was not as important as it was lead to believe. In the Korean War there were 50,000 Ameri...
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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 ...
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Communism essays / Cold War
The Cold War After World War II Russia had East Germany and the rest of the allies had West Germany. George Marshall started a plan that gave European countries billions of dollars to stable the boarders. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was an alliance that was designed to provide linkage to stop the spread of Communism. The NATO was an alliance that used nuclear weapons to defe...
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Communism essays / Movie "Indochine"
During the period between World War I and World War II, France held control of the territory of Indochina. The film "Indochine" grasps the essence of the violent and bloody uprising in the imperialistic France territory. The characters are used as a device to symbolize the politics during this time period. The clash in views of Old France and New Vietnam, communism and imperialism, are ...
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Communism essays / Russian Revolution
Today, when one thinks of the communist form of government, they often think of oppression, domination and corruption. We see that people do not have the freedom to their rights and are not allowed to go forth and conquer their goals. However, communism in its pure form appeared to be fair and just. The idea of communism basically formed around the idea of equality. The people...
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Communism essays / Cummunism
Communism Communism is the idea of having a classless society of people where everything is supposed to be owned equally by all. In communism, unlike Marxism there is a peasant revolution instead of a proletariat revolution, and unlike in socialism there is a totalitarian government and there is no private property. Marxism is a classless society brought about through a proletariat revo...

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