Communist Manifesto And The Russian Revolution

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The Communist Manifesto is a historical document hoarded in the wake of the Cold War and the collapse of the communist regimes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. From the publication of the Communist Manifesto, Marx and Engels highpoint the economic and socio-political conflicts between the forces of production and its system of ownership and control, which lead to Europe’s revolutionary change. The Manifesto mirrors an attempt to explain the objectives of communism, as well as the theory underlying this movement. The Manifesto begins by addressing the issue of class conflicts, then moves forward to highlight how the modern bourgeoisie system played an influential role giving birth to a number of revolutions. Although the communist revolution was the eminent cause of social and economic political trends, the products of the modern bourgeoisie system …show more content…

The products of those trends brought by the populist movements were also the foundation for new economic and socio-political revolutions. In this essay, highlighted are the number of economic, social and political trends that developed in account for political liberation and economic production. The Russian revolution had one of the greatest political impacts more than any other political idea in its era. It placed the Russian people in a position where freedom was eradicated throughout Russia, and whereby states acquired control over the media and this included literatures, newspapers, etc. Its doctrine of conditions were subversive to its nations and therefore in result the Russian Soviet and its economy eventually collapsed. However, similarly like the Russian revolution, communism was extended into Europe whereby

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