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Why is Communism important?

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2011-11-14 04:20:33

Communism is a possible solution for equality in the

world.

Only in a perfect world we can achieve it.

Communism should be a corresponding community and a solution to

all atrocious hardships. Alia Hoyt on HowStuffWorks.com said: "In a

perfect world, everyone would have food and shelter, and a true

utopian society would be devoid of sexism, racism and other forms

of oppression. But for most of the world's population, this perfect

society just isn't possible. Communism is one proposed

solution to these problems" (Hoyt 1). Hoyt said that communism

should be a solution to rasicm, sexism, poverty but

"mso-bidi-font-style: normal">only to a true utopian society.

In Russia, Joseph Stalin destroyed the tranquil communist country

and altered it into a totalitarian country because he abused his

power by killing anyone who was a threat to him, was rising to

power, or spoke of him crudely. He made his people live in fear

because of this, off-setting the composed atmosphere. Communism

communities should be balanced and peaceful and be rid of those

things but because there is still greed in the world, this cannot

be done.


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