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  1. Communism is a better form of economic organization, compared to capitalism.
  2. Communism is a branch of the broader socialist movement.
  3. Communism is a crappy stupid system that only an ideological child thinks might work one day and we will all sing under rainbows holding hands.
  4. Communism is a dead system.
  5. Communism is a dream.


  1. The Comintern was also often referred to simply as ‘The International’.
  2. The Comintern is a grandiose structure, that has been left as a hollow shell, both theoretically and politically.
  3. The Comintern was a big one.
  4. The Comintern was established to claim Communist leadership of the world socialist movement.
  5. The Comintern was involved in the revolutions across Europe in this period, starting with the Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919.


  1. Communists are advocates of both socialism and communism.
  2. Communists are against the standing army and for the armed people.
  3. Communists are committed to only their ideologies and have no hesitation in harming the nation if it is required to impose their views.
  4. Communists are confident that sooner or later the trade unions will be won to their views and be made into schools for communism.
  5. Communists are following the wrong path.

Communist Youth League

  1. The Central Committee of the Communist Youth League functions under the leadership of the Central Committee of the Party.
  2. The corresponding youth organization in China is usually translated as Communist Youth League.

Communist Manifesto

  1. Communist Manifesto was the common work of Marx and Engles.
  2. The Communist Manifesto is a book that was written by Karl Marx, and Frederick Engels, in 1847.
  3. The Communist Manifesto was also written before Marx and Engels had fully developed marxism.
  4. The Communist Manifesto was first published in 1848, the final draft written by Engels and Marx was approved by the Communist League in 1847.

Communist Parties

  1. Communist Parties are generally political parties who have working towards achieving "communism" as part of their party platform.
  2. Communist parties are not banned everywhere either.
  3. Communist parties are too numerous and diverse to list here.
  4. Communist parties were a significant part of partisan resistance to the Nazis in countries and areas which fell to Nazi advances.
  5. Communist parties were established in most countries, but in most cases the communists did not play the leading role in the labour movement.

Communist Party

  1. A Communist party is a party which advocates Communism.
  2. A Communist party is a party which promotes Communism.
  3. The Communist Party is a class party, a part of the working class.
  4. The Communist Party is a key partner in these struggles.
  5. The Communist Party is a living being who manifests in this world through the Party organizations.

Communist Revolutions

  1. Communist revolutions, uprisings or attempted uprisings took place in many European countries.
  2. The Russian Revolution inspired a series of other communist revolutions across Europe in the years 1917-1922.
  3. Conservatism Conservative monarchism monarchists in Europe fought against the first wave of communist revolutions from 1917 to 1922.

Communist Society

  1. Communist society is a global society.
  2. Communist society is a society free of religion, superstitious beliefs, ideology and archaic traditions and moralities that strangle free thought.
  3. Communist society is a society where all things the land, the factories - are owned in common and the people work in common.
  4. Communist society is a society without a state.
  5. Communist society is an historical epoch: real, human and objective.

Communist State

  1. A "Communist State" is defined as a state ruled by a Communist Party.
  2. A "Communist state" is an impossibility according to Marxist theory.
  3. A Communist state is a state governed by a Single Political Party which declares its allegiance to the principles of Marxism-Leninism .
  4. A Communist state is a state which declares its allegiance to the principles of Marxism-Leninism.
  5. A Communist state is a term for a state governed by a single political party which declares its allegiance to the principles of Marxism-Leninism.

Communist States

  1. Communist states are nominally based on Marxism-Leninism, which is only one form of Marxism, which is in turn only one school of the Left.
  2. Communist states are generally those in which a Communist Party has a monopoly on power.
  3. Communist states are totalitarian.
  4. Communist states were indisputably very far from a condition of total regulation from above.
  5. Due to these reasons (as well as a number of others), the term "communist states" was invented to refer to those countries.

Communist Symbolism

  1. The hammer and sickle is a part of communist symbolism and its usage indicates an association with Communism, Communist Party, or Communist state.
  2. Communist symbolism consists of a series of symbols that represent (either literally or figuratively) a variety of themes associated with communism.
  3. It uses material from the "Communist symbolism".


  1. Albania was an excellent socialist society.
  2. Albania was effectively expelled from Comecon in 1962 after the rift in relations between Moscow and Tiran-.
  3. Albania was entirely liberated from German occupation on November 29, 1944.
  4. Albania was liberated by Communist partisans in a similar fashion, but it developed in a very different way from Yugoslavia.


  1. Albanians were ornery subjects to the Italians.
  2. The Albanians were able to win over a large share of the Maoists in Latin America , most notably the Communist Party Of Brazil .

American Peace Mobilization

  1. The American Peace Mobilization was an organization formed in 1940 to keep the United States out of World War II.

American Youth Congress

  1. In 1940, despite Eleanor Roosevelt's publication of reasons called "Why I still believe in the Youth Congress," the American Youth Congress was disbanded.
  2. Delegates to an American Youth Congress convention assembled on the south lawn of the White House in February, 1940 to hear a speech by the President.
  3. American Youth Congress ( AYC) was an early Comintern affiliate youth voice organization composed of radical youth from all across the country in the 1930's.


  1. Anarchism is a generic term describing various political philosophies and social movements that advocate the elimination of hierarchy and imposed authority.
  2. Anarchism is a political movement based on the belief that if all forms of government were abolished people would live in natural harmony.
  3. Anarchism is a political philosophy or group of doctrines and attitudes centered on rejection of any form of (compulsory) government (cf.
  4. Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, "the absence of a master, of a sovereign." [P-J Proudhon, What is Property , p.
  5. Anarchism is a social structure by the people, for the people, without any need for a ’state’.


  1. Anarchists are most famous for opposing the existence of states or government.
  2. Anarchists are not opposed to organization.
  3. Anarchists are opposed to government, the state and Capitalism.
  4. Anarchists are radicals; as such, they seek the root causes of societal problems.
  5. Anarchists are social revolutionaries, and feel that the Social revolution is the process through which a free society will be created.

Anarchist Communism

  1. Anarchist Communism is a particular branch of libertarian socialism.
  2. Anarchist communism is a school of anarchism.
  3. Anarchist communism is a subtrend of anarchism, not of communism.
  4. Anarchist communism is also a form of communism.
  5. Anarchist communism is also known as 'anarcho-communism ', 'communist anarchism ', or, sometimes, 'libertarian communism '.


  1. Anarcho-Communism is a particular branch of libertarian socialism.
  2. Anarcho-communism is a sub-category of anarchism which emphasizes the collective experience as distinct and important in the pursuit of freedom.
  3. Anarcho-communism is a term, but a redundant one.
  4. Anarcho-communism is one of few schools of communism that are growing today, and was a big part of both the russian and spanish revolutions.


  1. Anti-communism is a catch-all phrase which defines any opposition to communism as a philosophical basis for a political and social alliance.
  2. Anti-communism is an ideology of opposition to communist organization, government and ideology.
  3. Anti-communism is something that is carefully inculcated in us, almost from birth.
  4. Anti-communism is the opposition to communist ideology, organization, or government, on either an ideological or pragmatic basis.
  5. Anti-communism was also an important part of fascism and Nazism.


  1. Those at a state level claiming an anti-revisionist orientation actually vary widely in their ideological perspectives from within communism.
  2. Anti-revisionist party in Canada.
  3. Anti-revisionists are sometimes referred to by revisionists as "Taruskinites", an allusion to leading anti-revisionist Richard Taruskin.

Balkan Communist Federation

  1. The Balkan Communist Federation was a communist umbrella organisation in which all the communist parties in the Balkans were represented.

Bavarian Soviet Republic

  1. The Spartacist uprising in Berlin and the Bavarian Soviet Republic in 1919 were both manifestations of this.
  2. When the Bavarian Soviet Republic was crushed, Levine was captured and court-martialed.
  3. Another unsuccessful attempt to establish a Communist state shortly after the Hungarian Soviet Republic was in the form of the Bavarian Soviet Republic.

Black Book of Communism

  1. The Black Book of Communism is a mass-market piece of propaganda.
  2. The Black Book of Communism is a monumental work that is heralding the ultimate defeat and disgrace of Communism worldwide.
  3. The Black Book of Communism is simply a compodium of generally accepted facts about the problems of communism.


  1. The word "Bolshevik" is sometimes used as a synonym of Communist.
  2. Perhaps I would propose a "compromise" to my comrades, namely, to call ourselves the Communist Party, but to retain the word "Bolshevik" in brackets.
  3. Of course, the name "bolshevik" was taken not for the Party as a whole but for a faction within that Party.


  1. Bolshevik-Leninism is another word for Trotskyism.


  1. The Bolsheviks are saying openly that their days are numbered," Karl Helfferich, the German ambassador to Moscow, told his government on 3 August 1918.
  2. The Bolsheviks were being ruled by a five-man politburo: Lenin, Trotsky, Kamenev, Zinoviev and Joseph Stalin.
  3. The Bolsheviks were faced with issues which had never been a practical matter for the socialist movement.
  4. The Bolsheviks were in a position, after reorganizing and regrouping, to shift forces from the western front into Turkistan.
  5. The Bolsheviks were not a visible political force at the time the Czar abdicated.


  1. Bordiga is a very prominent figure of two particular currents, Bordigism and left communism.
  2. Bordiga was fundamentally anti-democratic and anti-innovating, i.e.


  1. Bukharin was isolated from his allies abroad, and, in the face of increasing Stalinist repression, was unable to mount a sustained struggle against Stalin.
  2. Bukharin was removed from the Politburo.


  1. China is a communist country which employs fascist economic policies, which would make it no surprise to me that their economy succeeds.
  2. China is a communist state.
  3. China is a country of many political parties.
  4. China is a huge country with endless travel opportunities.
  5. China is a problem above and beyond the scope of this discussion.


  1. Chinese were more often employed in non-Chinese regions of the empire.
  2. Chinese were studying abroad and returning to introduce Western ideas into China.
  3. The Chinese are a more diverse and unique people than we give them credit for.
  4. The Chinese are expanding their global reach, using the profits from our trade to finance development in Venezuela and Sudan.
  5. The Chinese are using the profits from our trade to build missiles, fleets, and armies.


  1. Christians are not permitted to attend Jewish ceremonies.
  2. Christians are second-class citizens at best.

Christian Communism

  1. Christian Communism is a form of religious communism centered around Christianity .
  2. Christian Communism is a theological and political historical theory that is based upon chapter 2 and versus 44 and 45 of New Testament Bible Book of Acts.
  3. Christian Communism is a worthy topic of study in my opinion.
  4. Christian communism is the common ownership of the means of production.


  1. The claim was dismissed by a judge, but a new lawsuit followed.
  2. The word "claim" was never used in the tsunami reports.
  3. When mention was made of Iraqi victims, the word "claim" was often used to induce doubt.


  1. Collectivization : The Soviet plan to unite private Russian farms into large state-controlled farms.
  2. Collectivization was presented as a way to increase agricultural yield, but its implementation caused a terrible famine.


  1. The Cominform was dissolved in 1956 after Soviet rapprochement with Yugoslavia and the process of De-Stalinization.
  2. The Cominform was dissolved in 1956 after Soviet rapprochement with Yugoslavia.
  3. The Cominform was dissolved in 1956, following Stalin's 1953 death and the XXth Congress of the CPSU.


  1. A comrade is a friend in the same occupation as you.
  2. Comrade is a term meaning "friend," "colleague," or "ally." The term originally carried a strong military connotation, and referred to a roommate.
  3. Comrade is a term meaning friend, colleague, or ally.
  4. Comrade is the greatest Marxist-Leninist of our era.
  5. In the United Kingdom, the term "comrade" is still used as a form of address among some Labour Party members, although it is much less common than formerly.


  1. Conservatism is a lot of things.
  2. Conservatism is the political disposition which resists change.

Council Communism

  1. Council communism is a Radical Left movement originating in Germany and the Netherlands in the 1920s .
  2. Council communism was a radical Left movement originating in Germany after the First World War.
  3. Council communism was a radical Left movement originating in Germany and the Netherlands in the 1920s.

Criticisms of Communism

  1. It should be noted that these are criticisms of Communist parties and states they have ruled, rather than criticisms of communism as such.
  2. See criticisms of communism for a discussion of criticisms of Communist states and Marxist theory in relation to communism.
  3. Criticism of communism Main article: Criticisms of communism.


  1. Critics are specially focused on their economic performance and The Black Book of Communism.
  2. Critics are specially focused on their economic performance and human rights records.
  3. Critics are specially focused on their economic performance compared to market based economies.


  1. Cuba is a multiracial society with a population of mainly Spanish and African origins.
  2. Cuba is the 19th poorest country of the 20 nations of the Caribbean.
  3. Cuba is the second most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean (behind the Dominican Republic), providing it with much needed foreign currency.
  4. Cuba was first visited by Europeans when explorer Christopher Columbus landed on the island of Cuba for the first time on October 28, 1492.
  5. Cuba was isolated from the world by the USA and the Sugar barrens money and corruption.

Cultural Revolution

  1. The Cultural Revolution was a time period in which -the Sun is the most red- while -the world is the darkest.- Everybody had to study Mao-s works.
  2. The Cultural Revolution was largely orchestrated by Mao's wife, Chiang Ch'ing.
  3. The Cultural Revolution was particularly devastating for minority cultures in China.

Democratic Centralism

  1. Democratic Centralism: the Government of Communist China- The communist party was small but well disciplined.
  2. Democratic centralism is a Communist organizational doctrine that defines the methods of decision making and governance.
  3. Democratic centralism is a combination of centralism on the basis of democracy and democracy under centralised guidance.
  4. Democratic centralism is a combination of centralism on the basis of democracy and democracy under centralized guidance.
  5. Democratic centralism is a form of organisation and a political principle.

Deng Xiaoping

  1. Deng Xiaoping is a man of broad vision who thinks in terms of world issues and has devoted much energy over the years to foreign relations.
  2. Deng Xiaoping was born in Sichuan Province in 1904 and hence about a half a generation younger than Mao Zedong.
  3. Deng Xiaoping was named First Vice-Premier and was actually in charge of daily business of the State Council.
  4. Deng Xiaoping was named First Vice-Premier, and was the actual one in charge of the daily business of the State Council.
  5. Deng Xiaoping was removed from top offices but not imprisoned.

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