Similarities Between Democracy and Communism Essay

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    of all governments remains alike. That goal is to provide direction and regulation for its inhabitants. Democracy and Communism are two forms of government that can be placed on the opposite sides of this scale. When referencing to these types of government, an English writer named Alan Moore once said, “People shouldn 't be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people” (Goodreads). Does this idea clearly state the differences between Democracy and Communism? The truth is that similarities and differences between these governments can be found by looking at general aspects of all governments. The roots of Democracy and Communism are important in order to establish differences and similarities. The political,…

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    War Two, the Cold War developed into a war in Europe and Asia that was fought between two ideologies, democracy and communism. Although the Cold War was essentially one war, there were many similarities and differences between the Cold War in Asia and in Europe. In both regions the Cold War divided nations through democracy and communism. Also, the United States’ containment methodology was seen in both the Asia and Europe. However, containment’s effectiveness was different in Asia and Europe.…

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    The similarities between Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler are extremely striking. They both fought in World War I, Mussolini for Italy and Hitler for Germany, and for a brief time the countries were on the same side, until Italy abandoned Germany and joined the Allied side. After World War I, Mussolini created the Fascist party, which gained support from nationalists, business owners, and manufactures. The Fascists were opposed to both democracy and communism, believing the government should…

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    The similarities between Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler are extremely striking. They both fought in World War I, Mussolini for Italy and Hitler for Germany, and for a brief time the countries were on the same side, until Italy abandoned Germany and joined the Allied side. After World War I, Mussolini created the Fascist party, which gained support from nationalists, business owners, and manufactures. The Fascists were opposed to both democracy and communism, believing the government should…

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    Defining Nazi-Soviet Relations by Political Philosophy Communism and Fascism, at one glance, seems to be similar in the philosophy of collectivism and anti-democracy. However, the two philosophies cannot coexist due to the striking differences in loyalty and social roles. Both philosophies agreed on two major ideas that people should blend into their communities and that capitalism was unfair and harmful. However, Communism believes that the people are loyal to their social class, so they are…

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    There are several forms of government in the world. The Totalitarian form of government is one in which one person (a dictator) controls the citizens of a country in a coercive manner. There is no freedom and every aspect of life is controlled. It even controls the beliefs and values of the society and also interferes in the private life of individuals. North Korea is an example of this form of government as well as, Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany. Similarly, under communism, founded by Karl…

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    There are great differences between the Enlightenment ideas and the ideas of communism in the book called the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, however there appears to be some similarities between the ideas of one another even though both Enlightenment and the rise of communism are in different time periods. The three enlightenment philosophers that greatly inspired Marx in creating communism and his book were Voltaire, John Locke, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. These three philosophers believed in…

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    Cold War Intervention

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    The idea of “saving” other peoples because they don 't have the same ideas is also something that can be seen many times throughout history. The Cold War is a prime example of both these statements. At a time where rebuild was a necessity and influence from other empires was great, the spread of democracy and communism was heavy. Empires like the US and the USSR were two super powers that can be seen influencing other countries because, in their minds, this is what it meant to be more civil and…

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    U.S. imperialism is based on a blatant paternalistic vision that they are, somehow, well placed to know what is best for the rest of the world. It rests on a political and economic combination of power that has always been about their profit rather than the world’s own good. During the cold war it claimed the need to stop communism from taking over and justified undemocratic regimes for this purpose. When even communism became insufficient to excuse dictatorships that had no regard for their…

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    create the People’s Republic of China on October 1, 1949. In response to KMT government’s ineffectiveness, people’s desire to lead the country to their own ideal type of government hardened and it can be seen as it was caused by purely, people’s will. The similarity between this revolution and the…

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