Communism & Nationalism

4 April 2015
A study of the pure ideal concept of communism and political human reality of nationalism.

This paper defines communism and nationalism in diverse terms, resulting in the truthful understanding of these complex political ideals. The paper is divided into sections, with the overall analysis of the paper reaming true to the issue of conflict communism was often seen in combination with nationalism, as seen in the form of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia.
Table of Contents:
Communism
Origins of Communism
Monarchy
Serfdom & Official Brutality
Communist Revolutions
Communism: Post World War 1 and 2 Revolutions
Decline of Communism
Nationalism
Nationalism in India
South Africa and Nelson Mandela
“Communism is a society without money (For Communism)1, without a state, without property and without social classes. People come together to carry out a project or to respond to some need of the human community but without the possibility of their collective activity taking the form of an enterprise that involves wages and the exchange of its products. The circulation of goods is not accomplished by means of exchange: quite the contrary, the by-word for this society is “from each according to their abilities, to each according to their needs.”
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