Communist paper for gened111

Communist paper for gened111 - OLeary 1 Brittney OLeary...

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O’Leary Brittney O’Leary Professor Faunce Gen Ed 111 31 October 2007 Communism and Marxism Marxism appeals to an innate sense of fairness in people. The problem is that human nature gets in the way. The people in power grow to like having the power. Marxism and communism are both one of many forms of socialism. Marxism is a complex system of societal structure defined in the Communist Manifesto written in 1848 by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. The Communist Manifesto is the expression of Marx's beliefs. It is also the document which defines true Communism. “Marxism is basically a system of analysis, and a way to view the world. Communism, on the other hand, is basically a political movement, a form of government, a condition of society” (Ration Revolution). The twentieth century can largely be defined by the struggle between capitalism and communism. “Communism was so influential because even capitalist countries like America were defined in the twentieth century by their anti-Communist policies and because
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