Communism: System of Social Organization
Communism is a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party. (Soldiers, Types) Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin both play a significant role in my communism is the way it is today. Society is one because communism allows everybody to work together for the common good instead of working individually.
The lower class found most communism most attractive because communism benefited them the most. The lower level feels that the society they lived in was unfair and communism gave it all to them.
Karl Marx is gifted as the man who started communism. He expressed his opinion on communism, life, and how a country should be through co-editors and new Parisian newspaper. The theory of Communist may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property(Marx, The). Everyone would have different jobs but got paid the same; there would still be a president and a hierarchy of power, just not money; this is how Karl explained his theory. (Marx, The) Marx believed that all societal history was a result for the class of struggles, therefore, through the implementation of his new government ideas of communism, no class would have been present to create adversity. Marx began to write as an editor for a newspaper in Germany, but his writing was too radical, so he was banned by the government and went to Paris. In Paris, he adopted a more extreme form of socialism known as communism and befriended Friedrich Engels. They were asked to join the communist league doctrines, and immediately adopted Marx’s work, The Communist Manifesto. Karl Marx and his editors predicted that the upcoming revolution would sweep away the capital system for good. The ruling ideas of each age have ever been the ideas of its ruling class (Marx, The). Karl conflict theory served as a counter theory for the hegemony of Functional Theory over the western countries and served as a series of perspectives towards political and social inequalities. Marx believed that society should dissolve classes to become more Utopian. The Marxist philosophy forced organizations to question class systems and influenced political policies worldwide.
Vladimir Lenin out Marx idea of communism into action and was the first USSR leader. Lenin was pragmatic, he was a man who dealt with things sensibly and realistically in a way based on practical reasons rather than a theoretical way of thinking. He overthrew the Tzarist regime in the Bolshevik Revolution and was the first to successfully establish a, almost style government in a major European power. He influence would be felt throughout most of the 20th century Cold War era. Lenin built on the ideas of Karl Marx, states that imperialism is the highest stage of capitalism. Communism can only come from workers being organized through a vanguard. Lenin ideas expressed that workers should own the means of production, employers exploit the workers, history can be viewed as the progression of the relationship between people and capital, and the stages of history can be telescoped.This transformation of competition into a monopoly is one of the most important…(Lenin, Imperialism). Lenin made a new economic policy that allowed a measure of private enterprise. This policy continued until he several years after he died. Lenin demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and great ability in organizing Bolshevik party. Lenin believed that capitalism was unfair because it created a minimal wealthy class and a vast poor class. Lenin believed that the workers needed party leadership to accomplish the goal of revolution. (Lenin, Imperialism) Lenin was an intelligent leader with a firm vision and goal in mind. Capitalism has grown into a world system of colonial oppression (Lenin, Imperialism). He developed his adaptation of Marxism and Leninism. He was the only one able to see weakness behind the provisional government, and his leadership allowed the Bolsheviks to seize power. (Lenin, Imperialism) Rebuilding the education for the peasants’ population and establishing better healthcare. Lenin stayed true to his ideology to some degree but due to his greed for power and influences from others, the true.
Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin played a significant role and how communism is socially structured in today’s society. Communism is a way of life-based on providing for the needs of everyone.
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