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Orwell’s Animal Orwell’s Animal Farm Farm VS. VS. The Russian The Russian Revolution Revolution Mr. White Mr. White
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Russian Society Russian Society Russia was in an appalling state of poverty while the Tsar lived in luxury. There was tremendous dissatisfaction.
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Czar Nicholas II Czar Nicholas II A poor leader at best, compared to western leaders Cruel - sometimes brutal with opponents Sometimes kind - hired students as spies to make $
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Nicholas II Nicholas II Believed he was the unquestionable leader of Russia appointed by God. Had unarmed protesters murdered in the streets in 1905.
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KARL MARX: THE FATHER OF COMMUNISM
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Marx Marx Marx believed that the private ownership of land must be abolished.
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Marx Marx Believed in “Communal” way of life where everyone shares in prosperity.
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Marx Marx Invented Communism “Workers of the world unite", take over gov't Dies before Russian Revolution
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Communism Communism All people equal Government owns everything, People own government
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Lenin Lenin Lenin adopted Marx’s ideas. He believed that the bourgeoisie (middle class) exploited the workers and must therefore be overthrown.
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Lenin Lenin Lenin understood the emotional impact of simple, powerful slogans like workers of the world unite
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Lenin Lenin Changed Russia’s name to the USSR
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Lenin Dies Lenin Dies When Lenin died, there was a power struggle between Trotsky and Stalin. It is believed Lenin ordered Nicholas II murdered
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Leon Trotsky Leon Trotsky One of the leaders of "October Revolution“ along with Lenin and Stalin Believed in “pure” communism, followed Marx
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Trotsky Trotsky was a brilliant speaker. With Lenin he succeeded in
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ENG 112 taught by Professor Davehoyt during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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