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The main features of Communism and how far these principles were put into practise by one Communist ruler between 1900 and 1990.
Communism follows the ideology of Karl Marx. It is a way of leading a country completely opposing the capitalist view of private ownership and free market. In Communism, the State owns everything and controls markets strictly. Marx had the idea that after implementing the ideology, the State and social classes would "wither away". These are reasons why Communism is so hated by Capitalists; it is the end of free ownership and upper-class rule.
An important tool in achieving these goals is nationalisation of foreign enterprise. Self-sufficiency, which is another aim of Communism, is achieve…
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