Essays on Communism

Essay examples
Essay topics
8 essay examples found

Importance to Live in Democracy

This essay deals with democracy and its importance to people who either live in it or not. The essay claims that democracy is not a natural human need and that people have different understandings of what it is and what it should be. To show the justification of this conclusion, I will do the following: […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1011

The French Revolution One of the most Influential in History

Karl Marx and Friedrich Engel’s, The Communist Manifesto, is a political proclamation written by the German philosophers with the intent of spreading the message of Communism and the revolutionary change it could bring. The manifesto is considered one of world’s most influential political documents and has shaped many world governments into what they are today. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 961
Tem dúvidas sobre como escrever seu artigo corretamente?

Nossos editores irão ajudá-lo a corrigir quaisquer erros e obter as melhores notas

INICIAR

The Effects of Joseph Stalin’s Leadership

Joseph Stalin is a globally recognized name for using dictatorial elements such as purges and labor camps to invoke terror. Nearly half of Russia, however, still view him as one of their greatest leaders. During his reign, Stalin caused the unjust death of 23 million people, many of whom were innocent Russian citizens (Wills). A […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1696

The Fall of the Soviet Union: Joseph Stalin and other Political Figures

The Soviet Union was first formed on December 30th, 1922, by the Bolshevik party led by Vladimir Lenin. During the Russian revolution, the Red Army, consisting of socialists led by Vladimir Lenin, was fighting the White Army, consisting of a mix of monarchists, capitalists, and democratic socialists, for control. When the civil war was ended, […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1742

The Book “Animal Farm” and a Little about Joseph Stalin’s Use of Labor

I think that the book Animal Farm should be read and talked about in school. In the book Animal Farm they teach some key lessons that are still useful in today’s culture. Communism is discussed throughout the book teaching others the thought some have on the Russian revolution. Animal Farm shows the power that someone […]

Pages: 2 Words: 691

Napoleon Manipulated and Deceived his own People

Imagine a world leader who starves 6 – 10 million of his own people, while the rest of the world looks the other way. Stalin, a Russian Oligarchic, did this during 1932 and 1933 to the Ukrainian people. This blatant abuse of power is happening again. Read Animal Farm by George Orwell. It was published […]

Pages: 2 Words: 584

Marxist’s Perspective on the Holocaust: what would Karl Marx have Said?

The Holocaust was a period in history marked by the destruction of millions of Jews and others by factions of imperialists and believers who had different religion, social and political ideologies. The Holocaust had a great impact in global history and transnational characterization of nations (Assman, 2010). Historical experts perceive the event as a byproduct […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1127

Impact of the Cold War

​Many people believe the Cold War was an actual “war” however, this war was an event that included a sequence of divergent competitions. The Cold War was caused by several events, which took place at the Yalta conference. This conference lead to the Cold War by allowing the Soviet Union to have control over the […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1585