Glossary of Isms

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where
they
had
 to
world
cooperatively
and
share
the
proceeds
as
a
community
rather
than
as
 individuals.

Collectivization
in
China
occurred
more
easily
and
more
rapidly
than
 in
the
Soviet
Union,
where
resistance
was
strong
and
peasants
destroyed
their
 livestock
and
crops
rather
than
relinquish
them
to
collective
farms.

 
 
 Colonialism
 Command
Economy
 Communism
 Confederation
 Conservatism
 Decolonization
 Deflation
 Deforestation
 Democracy
 Depression
 De‐Stalinization
 Economic
Imperialism
 System
in
which
a
state
claims
sovereignty
over
territory
and
people
outside
its
 own
boundaries,
often
to
facilitate
economic
domination
over
their
resources,
 labor,
and
often
markets.
 Often
also
called
Planned
Economy
that
is
dominated,
regulated,
and
managed
by
 the
government
rather
than
market
forces.

Typically
government
planners
decide
 which
goods
and
services
are
produced
and
distributed.
 
 Marxist
term
that
refers
to
the
final
state
of
human
economic
development
 (Economic
Determinism).

The
ideological
premise
is
the
creation
of
a
classless
 society.

Communist
economies
typically
control
all
means
of
production
and
 determine
allocation
of
goods
and
services.
 
 Group
of
nations
or
states,
or
a
government
encompassing
several
states
or
political
 divisions,
in
which
the
component
states
retain
considerable
independence.
The
 members
of
a
confederation...
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