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Americans generally have a negative view towards communism. This is because communism preaches the exact opposite views on which our country was built on and what it stands for. Communism is a social, political and economic movement that establishes a common ownership of the means of production. In this society it is not like capitalism. They do not believe in the views that some people should be wealthier and have other luxuriates that others don’t. The theory was to abolish capitalist inequalities to have a working class who constitute the main producer of wealth in society.
Since the communist views are complete opposite to American views, there are some key reasons why Americans are
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Liberal capitalism was as well known and tried system in Great Britain during the 19th century. However, around the late 19th century a new system began to appear, communism. These two systems were quite different when it came to their political and economic views. This new system gave rise to some believing that maybe it was time for Great Britain to change their former system of liberal capitalism to one that is more communist in nature. Others believed it was better to leave the system as it was. To decide on which would be better for the country one must first look at the ideas that lay behind both liberal capitalism and communism. One had to delve into the core of both systems and
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How successful was the USA’s policy of containment?
The policy of containment was not a success, As after the war, The USA aimed to quarantine communism to the only place it existed, Russia. However soon despite this, communism spread and communist dictatorship controlled most of Eastern Europe, soon after this the most populated state on earth, China, fell to a communist regime, as well as the creation of communist states in Vietnam and Korea. This consistent creation of communist states and the failure of the USA to prevent this, shows how ultimately, despite apparent success in some of Europe and Asia, the Policy of Containment failed in its primary function, to contain and prevent
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World History II
9 March 2013
Collapse of Communist Regimes
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the great communist regimes in Eastern Europe collapsed. All across Europe, in countries such as Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Russia, the people and their governments were in constant struggle. These struggles eventually lead to a falling out in the communist governments, and the citizens won their victory. Because the people's needs were not met by the government, corruption in government and poor leadership, and the views on countries' economies were different, the communist regimes in Eastern Europe eventually collapsed.
Communism was first
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Mao Zedong's Impact on the World
Mao Zedong was born in 1893 to a farming family. He has continued to make an impact in China and the world at large even after his death. He was the founder of the People’s Republic of China. His is a world recognized communist leader who influenced communism in Eastern Europe and all over the world. He led revolution after revolution until he secured power as the leader in china in 1949 (Yenming 170). Since then, China and the world have not been able to make a decision if he was a good or a bad leader.
The United States and Britain are those that have felt the frustrations of Mao Zedong. This is because these two
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Although the former Soviet Union (Russia) and the United States are on better terms in the present day, there was a point in history when they were afraid of each other. Their economic beliefs led them to disagree. The United States had an economy based upon capitalism and the Soviet Union was a nation that believed in communism. In addition, the United States invented the atomic bomb or “A-bomb” during World War II. This gave America the upper hand because the Soviets were unaware that the US had developed the A-bomb. At this time the Soviet Union was in a vulnerable state after suffering severe damage during World War I and World War II. The Soviets didn’t have the means to produce or
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Engels and Marx:
Fathers of Communism
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“In bourgeois society capital is independent and has individuality, while the living person is dependent and has no individuality.” –Karl Marx
This single sentence is the foundation on which Karl Marx and Frederick Engels founded Communism. Their mission was to free the oppressed from the powers of economy and religion.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary Communism is “A political theory derived from Karl Marx, advocating class war and leading to a society in which all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs
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Disadvantages of Capitalism:
1. Inequality in the distribution of national wealth.
2. Talent wastes
3. Level of employment fluctuations
4. Class conflicts
5. Heavy expenses on publicity result into increase in cost and price of the commodity.
Communism refers to a political system that stresses the primacy of collective goals over individual goals.
Characteristics of Communism:
• Needs of the society are viewed as a whole than individual freedom.
• State-owned enterprises are managed to benefit society as a whole, rather than individual capitalists. For Example Cuba, Vietnam, China (market based economic reforms).
• In communism personal belongings, like shoe, watches and
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The Cold War and Red Scare
The Cold War was a simple competition of two large political factions. To be more specific, it means the great diversion between the Western factions (led by the United States) and the Eastern factions (led by the Soviet Union). It started when World War II ended Truman entered into the White House.
The video says that the Cold War had a dramatic effect on American freedom. The main meaning of freedom is the trade liberalization. During this battle, American democracy developed some new markets like free enterprise, capitalism, an economy opposite to that of Soviet communism. And these new markets were known as "free enterprise," which had not occurred in
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tension during 1945-1949, there were more subtle and underlying issues which provoked more aggressive and inflammatory actions from the USSR which created this illusion that the East was the main instigator of tension.
Stalin’s pragmatic political ideas of communist expansion contributed greatly to the increase in tension in the late 1940s; following the ACC granting the USSR a zone of the newly distributed Germany, the Ussr wanted to expand their communist sphere of influence outside of their controlled zones and with the annexation of Eastern Poland came the opportunity to introduce communism even though they had declared through the council that Poland should have the right to choose their
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in Hitler's imprisonment, during which time he wrote his memoir, Mein Kampf (My Struggle). After his release in 1924, Hitler gained popular support by attacking the Treaty of Versailles and promoting Pan-Germanism, antisemitism, and anti-communism with charismatic oratory and Nazi propaganda. Hitler frequently denounced international capitalism and communism as being part of a Jewish conspiracy.
Hitler's Nazi Party became the largest elected party in the German Reichstag, leading to his appointment as chancellor in 1933. Following fresh elections won by his coalition, the Reichstag passed the Enabling Act, which began the process of transforming the Weimar Republic into the Third Reich, a
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Doctrine of Reagan
Mrs. J. Y. Baker
Prof. Thomas Payne Jr. – POL 300
February 4, 2012
Doctrine of Reagan
With the threat of The Cold War, U.S. Presidents beginning with Truman had to create doctrines to find remedies for the problem of communism and its expansion. The doctrine of Ronald W. Reagan was especially noteworthy because it initiated a revolutionized foreign policy after World War II. The Cold War brought trepidation of nuclear bombing that sent panic through the U.S. government. This is why previously the U.S. chose not to challenge the Soviet Union head-on. Officials felt American’s weren’t ready to send their loved ones to fight another war on foreign soil after
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industrial revolution and the chaos caused by the onset of the First World War in Europe, between the large number of diverse economic and social philosophies such as the struggle between communism and capitalism which shaped the global struggles in the latter half of the twentieth century.
In 1847 Frederick Engels, defined communism in The Principles of Communism as, “the doctrine of the conditions of the liberation of the proletariat” (1), the proletariat’s being the lower working classes which sell their labor to gain capital (Engel 2). The communist ideal calls for the rejection of capitalistic ideals and the adoption of a classless society with no private ownership of resources but
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During the years 1945-1948, the development of the Cold war seemed to have been catalysed by various factors. The Second World War created a power vacuum in Europe into which the USA and the USSR were both drawn; large areas of Europe were left without meaningful government or administration. Subsequently much of Europe was left devastated and was in desperate need of reconstruction. The USA and the USSR were to provide the inspiration for alternative methods of recovering Europe, the USA aimed to invest billions into Europe hopefully mending the economy and to prevent the temptation of communism which seemed very attractive to those countries whose economy were in ruins. Moreover by doing
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expansion in Asia and particularly in Indo-China, if in order to avoid it we must take the risk by putting American boys in, I believe that the executive branch of the government has to take the politically unpopular position of facing up to it and doing it, and I personally would support such a decision.”— Future president Richard Nixon, 1954 |
Hawk or Dove? | Hawk |
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Richard Nixon ordered to send soldiers to fight communism and sent soldiers to fight against them and plant democracy even if it meant risking young American lives. |
Your Opinion/ Analysis: | I don’t agree with Nixon. No one should have to risk their own lives over an issue that doesn’t concern
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elite. Some historians, such as Spence, are sceptical about the significance of the Long March on the CCP. However it is clear that at the time it was an incredibly significant event for the communists. This is shown by Sources 2 and 6, both intimating that the Long March was crucial. The success of the Long March created propaganda for the communists and helped to spread the communist message amongst the population of China.
One short term effect of the Long March was that communism was spread around China and events during the Long March were mythologised and used as propaganda against Chiang and the KMT. It was vital in helping the CCP to gain a positive reputation among the peasants due
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At the time of North Korea’s invasion of South Korea, the United States had military forces stationed in Japan and since the United States did not like North Koreas plans, the U.S. decided to aid South Korea to help avoid the spread of communism into South Korea.
Now with the aid from the United States, South Korea was able to intimidate North Korea. In October of 1950, the U.S. military crossed into North Korea and took over 135,000 prisoners of war this decreased the number of soldiers of the North Korean Army. Around the same time the U.S. was aiding South Korea China began aiding and supplying North Korea with their war needs. The United States tried bombing the supply routes
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own decisions. A downfall is, there's no bailouts (and you thought America was capitalist).
Mixed Market Econ
A mixed economy is that kind of economy where both the public and private sector own, allocate and control factors of production.
IT is an economic system that includes a variety of private and government control, or a mixture of capitalism and socialism.
The advantages of a mix market are people can make their own decisions, the government has limited control, and they have active government support and direction.
Socialism and Communism
Socialism refers to a broad set of economic theories of social organization advocating state or collective ownership and administration of
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, Castro always displayed courage and bravery throughout his lifetime. After he witnessed what was truly occurring in Cuba, Fidel began to doubt the political system and the rein of Batista. As a result, Fidel had begun to participate in revolutionary campaigns and speaking out against Batista. On July 26 1953, Castro participated in a battle between the guerillas and the military. Many of the guerillas were killed, but luckily for Castro, he was sent to prison and later exiled to Mexico, where he formed a revolutionary group. Forming another group displayed courage by attempting another assault on Batista and risking death. Since Castro supported communism, he was put at further risk
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our last 8 years of republicans. President Bush along with his constituents has pushed the economy to the edge of a cliff. Obama’s theory is that the working class would govern a socialism society, which would then be a workers democracy. Obama has spoken of history transforming our society, which calls for a combination of both parties participation.
It appears that both pioneer of history consider both classes of people. Painting a concise picture for all people should be a plan for everyone to flourish. The America that something more the Marxism or Obamaism live in controls us, it all comes down to Communism in a free Country. These United States, have taken power over
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Why, in the years 1961-68, were both Kennedy and Johnson unable to avoid increasing involvement in Vietnam?
The United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War proved to be the most controversial episode in American history. There are many influences why the USA stayed so closely involved with Vietnam, including strategic hamlets, secretaries and personal beliefs.
In the election campaign of 1960 Kennedy promoted himself as being tough on communism. He supported the Truman Doctrine, and believed in the ‘domino theory’, the idea that communism would inevitably spread from North Vietnam to Laos and Cambodia. His slogan was “Vietnam is the place”, which helped him gain support. Kennedy's
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. Perhaps the student has a fascination with the failure of communism and would like to develop a thesis on where the economic system went wrong and why. If the student cannot identify a topic that would produce a viable economics thesis, he or she should talk with the major professor and see if together they can brainstorm a usable idea.
Economics theses may have concerns that most disciplines do not have, particularly in formatting. Because pictures can carry a great deal of information in a much more succinct way than text and because economics theses often handle highly complex issues, writers of economics theses may find it useful to include a number of charts, graphs, and tables both in
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Afghanistan is located between the southern and the central part of Asia. The country holds about 32 million people. The capital in Afghanistan is Kabul. There are a lot of different languages spoken in Afghanistan. This is due to the diversity of ethnicities in Afghanistan. Dari is the official language in Afghanistan although more people speak Pashtun.
The country is currently facing a war which started in 1978 during the cold war. The war originated when the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan took action against the communism in Afghanistan. This revolution is referred to as the Saur Revolution. The war in Afghanistan blossomed because of different ideologies in the
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create profit and wealth. The profit motive is the reason people take new jobs, open new businesses, or try to improve products. The US economy is a good example of this. |
Communism | After the Communist revolution in China, the state took control of all farms, factories and other productive properties. |
(Source: Macionis, John. Society the Basics 11th Edition. 2011)
There are more differences than there are similarities when it comes to the above economic systems. But, with communism and socialism, the government controls everything; in capitalism, individuals control everything. They have say so in how much they sell things for, where their location of their property is, etc
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more production more goods and services
* Socialism- deals with ownership instead of allocation, distribution based on how much you work, etc., want to be more equal but isn’t efficient because government doesn’t work in same interest as private
List and describe the classification of economic systems based on income redistribution and safety nets
* Free markets
* Maximum criterion- society equalizes everyone’s income, reciprocity- don’t know what will happen tomorrow
* Pure communism- government distributes/allocates goods and services
* Social safety nets (social market economies)- Germany-very large percent of income goes to taxes free healthcare with good quality
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government support and direction.
Socialism and Communism
Socialism refers to a broad set of economic theories of social organization advocating state or collective ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods, and the creation of a free society. Modern socialism originated in the late nineteenth-century working class political movement. Karl Marx posited that socialism would be achieved via class struggle and a proletarian revolution which represents the transitional stage between capitalism and communism.
Self Evaluated Economics
A fourth that I would consider to be better and more flexible to changing economics would be called Self evaluated
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Advanced Subsidiary Unit 1 Option D: A World Divided: Communism and Democracy in the Twentieth Century Paper Reference Tuesday 2 June 2009 – Morning Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
You do not need any other materials.
black ink or • Usein the boxesball-point pen. page with your name, Fill at the top of this • centre number and candidate number. TWO topics for • Answer TWO questions: ONE question on each of thequestion on eachwhich you have been prepared. You may only answer ONE topic. Answer the questions in the spaces provided • – there may be
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military-political coalitions. In the year 1945, the Soviet Union and the United States had forged great friendship due to their joint efforts to triumph over Nazi regime in the Second World War. The outstanding political, economic and ideological divergence of these two nations frequently barred them from arriving at a consensus on major policy issues as some almost brought them to the verge of war. ("The Soviet Union and the United States - Revelations from the Russian Archives | Exhibitions - Library of Congress", 2016)
Initially, the government of United States was unfriendly to the Soviet Union rulers for withdrawing Russia out of the First World War and was against their communism-based
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Christian Ethics Project #2
1. From a Christian perspective, why did Marxist communism fail?
From a Christian point of view, Marxism failed because of its atheistic qualities. Marx forbade and dismissed the practice of religion. Instead of allowing common religious beliefs to be incorporated or flow freely into Marxism, governments chose to censor religious practices, which of course brought about resistance from the people. This is one of the main reasons Marxism did not fair too well or even last.
2. Which is a more Christian form of government, democratic capitalism or democratic socialism?
Democratic Socialism of late has been the more favored form of government. Democratic
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. The Immigrants did cheap labour which meant that the businesses were paying out less money for leading them to gain more profit which led to an increase in the economy. Businesses benefited by immigrants because it led to a growth in the market as there was more people to buy the goods which again led to an increase in the American economy. An addition of this is urbanisation which increased the construction in the US.
The result of the massive emigration worried many Americans. They argued that immigrants from southern and eastern Europe did not embrace American culture. They also brought with them ‘radical and dangerous’ political ideas such as communism. Many feared that the immigrants
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are exhausted of their situations and realize that they need to come together for change by then the wealthy have lost everything they owned, which will lead to the end of a class based society.
Labor in Communism benefits not only one particular person but the employers as well. Everyone will be rewarded on how hard they work and people will have the equal opportunity of moving up the social pyramid. Workers will freedom of labor and each person will be seen as a key piece of society.
In conclusion, Karl Marx is considered a modernist because he believed in human freedom and choice. He saw the major issues from the effects that Capitalism was having on the poor. Capitalism not only
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abroad in return for trade/tried to end communism. “Trade for aid”-Imperial
o Korea/Vietnam/Arms Race/Cold War/Space Race-NASA (9,000 companies).
o Conscript army-defence industries profit-weapons related companies.
o Military bases were set up in 30 countries.
o This caused industrial expansion of the Sun Belt which includes California.
o As a result the GNP rose to $500,000 million by 1960.
History Leaving Cert Revision Notes James Esses
Energy-oil and cars (controlled 65% of world oil reserves with British and
Dutch). First Nuclear power station set up in 1957. By 1970-atomic energy
accounted for 8% of
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History and Economy of the Czech Republic
This paper is on the Czech Republic economy. I will first introduce the country with detailed information on the Czech history from past to present. Then, I will talk about their economy during communism and post-communism. This will show how the country and its economy has changed dramatically during and after communism. Transitioning from that, later on in this paper will exemplifies the Czech Republic economy in exquisite details from the past 25 years to now; post-communism.
The term "Czech" refers to the cultural characteristics of the Czech-speaking inhabitants of the Czech Republic, which includes Bohemia; the larger western part. The
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end, the United States and the Soviet Union came to an agreement, both sides attempting to avoid a nuclear war. To this day, the way in which the threat was diffused remains an important model in studying how to avoid future conflicts that threaten the world.
The history of relations between the United States and the former Soviet Union paved the foundation that would culminate in the Cuban Missile Crisis. The battles between the two superpowers started after the end of World War II, mostly in an effort to establish ultimate world power. This rivalry created a precarious situation for the world, and “From the end of World War II until the fall of communism in the late 1980s, the Cold War
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act as an incentive for non members to adopt liberal policies, for instance the former communists states of central and eastern Europe. For much of the post war period there was also the apparent rival economic and political theory of communism represented by the Soviet Union and its Central and Eastern European satellites. The collapse of communism certainly made liberal concepts within international political economy more apparent in the contemporary world (Keegan, 1992, pp. 3-4). The former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union have all to some extent attempted the twin convergence to liberal democracy and capitalist economy. The opening up of these
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food, clothing and shelters and must therefore work in order to meet them. Overtime tools have been developed to help achieve material needs. This has led to two classes. Those that own and control the means of production and those that don’t. There are five epochs or eras.
1. Primitive communism – everyone worked together to survive. No one controlled the means of production and there were no classes.
2. Ancient – masters and slaves, for example, romans and Egyptians. Based on the exploitation of slaves legally tied to their owners.
3. Feudalism – lords and serfs. Based on the exploitation of serfs legally tied to the land.
4. Capitalism – the ruling class own the
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become much easier. Due to these advances in the technology of transportation, global migration has significantly increased. Ultimately this led to changes in how we live, and the cultures instilled in our region.
Since the 60s, a lot has changed regarding the laws of global immigration; America went from a country with few restrictions and deportation laws to one with a very selective and intensive process. Profiling and suspicion of communism were the few main reasons for deportation in the early 60s. From 1965 to 2005 with the establishments of laws such as “Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965” all the way to “REAL ID Act” in 2005 the process of immigration has vastly changed from a
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goes onto talk about why America is allies with China and not Cuba, meanwhile China trades with Cuba. He states “This communist’s talk is so confusing, when it’s from China, the very mic that I’m using.” The United States is so against communism, but still trades with China a communist country. He is confused to why it is acceptable to visit China and not Cuba. Jay also finds it funny that even his microphone is from China, saying that a great majority of products are produced in China and exported to the United States. He also finds it humorous that he can visit China as much as he wants, but when he visits Cuba once this great controversy arises.
Jay z uses his ambiguous diction to
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Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in Paris in December 1948.
During the war on terror, however, the United States has not been fully as inclusive as it was in its war against communism. Aside from those in the "coalition of the willing," even most European countries have distanced themselves from Washington.
When it came to fight the war on terror in Iraq, The United States never realize, moreover, the depth of the fault lines in Iraqi society between Kurds and Arabs, Sunnis and Shiites, and the members of different tribes and local religious groups. These tensions were started during four centuries of Ottoman rule, and the British, who took over from the Ottomans in 1920, put Iraq under
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felt this allowed the rich to become even richer, while the poor become even poorer. He took to the solution of communism where everyone and everything is essentially equal. Freud on the other hand believed societies conflict lied within the psyche of man. His solution to this problem was through psychoanalysis where a persons unconscious thoughts my come out and only then can you fix the problem. As you can see both Marx and Freud shared a difference, but they were certainly not as different as one may think.
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Huntington argued that since the fall of communism, conflicts between different civilisations, intensifies between each other, and argue that political differences have since become less of a problem between nations as a source of identity, and people use religion as a source of their identity. This, he argues, creates a position of ‘us and them’, meaning the ‘west vs the rest’ as it is put, and this creates fear due to military monopoly, and how religion influences behaviours of the nation and individual movements.
He argued that political problems are easier to solve than religious ones because religious beliefs are rooted in culture and history, and through the use of modern day laws
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Maoism is a form of communism developed by Mao Tse Tung. It is a doctrine to capture State power through a combination of armed insurgency, mass mobilization and strategic alliances. Propaganda and disinformation against State institutions are used as additional tools. Mao called this process, the ‘Protracted Peoples War’. The central theme of Maoist ideology is resorting to violence as a tool to capture State power. ‘Bearing of arms is non-negotiable’ as per the Maoist insurgency doctrine. Maoism has a definite view about how to get to socialism, and about what needs to be done to meet the basic needs of everyone in a poor country. Development is to be on an egalitarian
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control over all spheres of human life and prohibits opposing political parties.
Democracy goes hand in hand with individualism.
Totalitarian goes hand in hand with communism.
Representative democracy – citizen select individuals to represent them.
1. Theocratic totalitarianism – is found in states where a party, group, or individual that
governs according to religious principles monopolized political power
2. Communist totalitarianism
3. Tribal totalitarianism – a political party that represents the interest of a particular
tribe monopolizes power.
4. Right-wing totalitarianism – permits some individual economic freedom but restricts
individual political freedom, frequently on
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discontent- make germany great again.
Propaganda was successfully portrayed as revolutionary and reactionary. Aimed to destroy republic and return germany to a glorious state. Focused on several groups and blamed them for Germanys suffering.
* November criminals- politicians responsible for armistice and creation of republic
* Communists- playing on fear of communism
* Jews- exploit long established history of anti Semitism in Europe
Unemployment=expansion of SA (joined out of desperation) for food and accommodation. Was responsible for violence against opposition mainly communists, helped to destabilise Germanys situation and the SA was banned for 3 months. But
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communism. Indeed, Hitler was a messiah for the Germans.
When Hitler and his aids arrive at the airport, the cheering crowd receive them with a tremendous applause. Hitler acknowledges the crowd and proceeds to the airport. The people who accompany Hitler to are equally enthusiastic. Hitler is then driven to his hotel. At the hotel, Hitler holds a big crowded rally in the night. From the cheering crowd, a person can deduce that the people of Germany like Hitler. Hitler’s and a few other Nazi officials proceed to make brief speeches in a large indoor rally. The film only shows a small bit of the officials’ speeches are shown. There is a beautiful nightfall that engulfs Nuremberg. In the night
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“Summer of Love” Film Paper
The documentary film Summer of Love is about the year of 1967 when the children from the baby boom generation had grown up and were now in their college years, but instead of going to school chose instead to change the world. These young people had grown up experiencing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, men constantly being drafted into the Vietnam War which was killing more than one hundred soldiers per week, and the civil rights struggles. There continued to be a deep anxiety about communism taking over the United States and the threat of atomic weapon. A part of that generation came to be known as “hippies,” who thought that they could bring
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penyusunan pemerintahan yang baik juga tidak dapat terjadi (Kuzio 2001, 173).
Crampton, Richard, 1997. “The Communist Takeovers”, dalam Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century – And After. London: Routledge, Ch. 13.
Kuzio, Taras, 2001. “Transition in Post-Communist States: Triple or Quadruple”, Politics, 21 (3), pp. 168-177.
Slezkine, Yuri, 1994. “The USSR as a Communal Apartment, or How a Socialist State Promoted Ethnic Particularism”, Slavic Review, 53 (2), pp. 414-452.
Wicaksana, I Gede Wahyu, 2015. MBP Rusia, Eropa Timur, dan Asia Tengah SOH321 : State and Society in Eurasia Under Communism : A Brief Historical Review. Universitas Airlangga, FISIP Universitas Airlangg pada 20 Maret.
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individual relationships with subordinates.Private conversation between the manager and the subordinate might take place |
Traits | High Uncertainty avoidance (74%) |
DecisionsRisk TakingMobility | Decisions usually take into account the ideas of the employees 2 types of leaders in Czech Republic : * Manager of communism : gives orders received by CEO and doesn’t call into question them * New leader: share the power, encourage independence of employees.Czech managers take their decisions on personal impressionsCzech people support a moderate level of tolerance for risk,When there is a change they implement thinking, planning, and evaluationRemark : This management is considered as
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or to block in any way her legitimate influence or power. We do not wish to fight her either with arms or with hostile arrangements of trade if she is willing to associate herself with us and the other peace- loving nations of the world in covenants of justice and law and fair dealing. We wish her only to accept a place of equality among the peoples of the world, -- the new world in which we now live, -- instead of a place of mastery.
Mark Mazower tries to illustrate around the key theme of the struggle between capitalism and communism. It may be approach that leads Mazower away from women and towards male (often European and American) actors. In this sense, he approached not only a
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1980 from the Mariel boatlift brought a small variety of every social class, including a great deal of the poor. The final wave in 1989 occurred due to the collapse of communism, and brought all the commonly referred “rafters” (Pew Hispanic Organization, 2006). The Cubans are known to have the uppermost number of Republicans and Independents than that of other Latino groups. As with all ethnic groups, the economy and way of the world are calling for impartiality of the sexes among Cuban Americans. While the woman is still viewed as the most conjugal creature, it is becoming more common to see males acquiring household chores. With Cubans, the males are portrayed as central in public, and the