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    would become passionate and supportive of the Communist Party and the Soviet Union as a whole. One of the primary methods of reforming the Soviet History curriculum was through the development of a new history textbook that would replace the old one, as this was one the sources of Stalin’s primary criticism of the Bolshevik textbooks. Thus, with the mission of developing a new history textbook to be used in Soviet schools, the Politburo, which was the executive committee for the Central Committee of the Communist…

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    the Soviet Union, Bolsheviks revolution, Nazi Germany, communist china, and communist Vietnam. These are just some of the countless examples of some governments that tried and failed to take away the rights of the people and attempts to control them. The author attempts to show the reader what she experienced growing up with the novel. She was raised in the Soviet Union during the Bolsheviks Revolution; she experienced the horrors of communism and saw how people reacted to it. In the novel the…

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    Russia was known for size, strength and brutality but just beyond its borders was great suffering. As an undeveloped nation, Russia struggled to keep up to the rest of Europe. This sparked an intense desire for change at any cost. While Russia was falling apart, the leader of the Bolshevik party rose to popularity - Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s communist views, that were based off the ideals of Marxism, promised a new way in Russia with plentiful land, bread and peace. The rise of the Bolsheviks and…

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    Monstrosity isn’t always what is perceived on the outside. Becoming one with an animal, having animalistic tendencies, or an alter ego of a beast can be considered monstrous to society. In the poem “Why do you keep putting animals in your poems”, the man depicted in the poem is learning from the animals in the poem. He also realizes that the animalistic way of life is much simpler than the life of a human. In “Now You’re An Animal” by Mark Doty the professor goes into a studio to get his picture…

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    The Soviet Union under Leonid Brezhnev was very different place than the Soviet Union under Mikhail Gorbachev. While these leader faced similar problems, their methods of repairing the Soviet Union differed greatly. While Gorbachev was open to change Brezhnev was very conservative and unwilling to reform. Brezhnev remained in power for eighteen year, but its was Gorbachev that completely changed the landscape of the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union under both Gorbachev and Brezhnev faced…

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    and remorse on the evil deed that he had done rather than his wife Lady Macbeth. Before Macbeth killed the king he struggled to do it based on the fear of God’s judgment upon him but through the influence of his wife, Lady Macbeth, he decided to continue with the devious plan. Unlike Macbeth, his wife struggles with the fight against the evil that she believes is within her. Like Macbeth, Joseph Stalin was also known as an evil person who would do vicious acts in order to gain power and…

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    Since the 1920s, Soviet communist advisors had been sent to help the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) become organized and carry out the communist revolution, but the Soviet communist advisors’ advice almost led to the complete and utter destruction of the Chinese communists at the hands of the Kuomintang (Chinese Nationalist Party, hereafter KMT). Another issue between the two parties was the fact that Mao based his communism on the idea of the mobilization of the Chinese peasantry, which was not…

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    The Rise Of Khrushchev

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    The Soviet Union was one of the most powerful communist countries in the world due to its invincible army. During the Stalin’s era, Moscow was the center of an international communist movement. Most of the communist nations during the Cold War were the Soviet satellite states such as Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgaria, along with China. From the Soviet’s perspective, the foreign communist parties could be used in diplomatic games with the Western powers and as necessary parts of the…

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    When looking at the Soviet Union in the 1930s, the establishment of Stalinism immediately comes to mind. During this period of time, the Soviet Union was a victim of many misfortunes and encountered many external threats. The Soviet Union was at this time a diplomatically isolated Soviet Union trying to triumph Communism but the Comin tern, composed of a group of the communist working class ordered the communist party to help the Nazi (National Socialist German Workers' Party) who were an…

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    Cold War Influence

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    In 1945, the United States and Soviet Union were allies, jointly triumphant in World War II, which ended with total victory for Soviet and American forces over Adolf Hitler 's Nazi empire in Europe. Within just a few years, however, wartime allies became mortal enemies, locked in a global struggle—military, political, economic, ideological—to prevail in a new “Cold War”. The Cold War was primarily caused by different political ambitions and the historical perspectives of the two superpowers: the…

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