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The World Of Communism

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  • 1. Class : S.Y B.F.M Subject : COMMUNISM Semester : III Date :20/07/2012 Presented to, (Prof.) GIRISH BHAWNANI
  • 2. GROUP MEMBERS          HEMANT CHAUDHARI NAVIN JETHWANI LAVEEN PARYANI DINESH DULANI DINESH WADHWA CHUNKY LULLA HITESH KUKREJA SONI AHUJA PRIYA MANWANI 09 22 49 50 51 54 55 59 60
  • 3. The World of Communism
  • 4. What is Communism? Communism :  A Government where people  shared work fairly and  were paid equally – The word “Communism” is Derived from the Latin word “Communis” which means – common or – belonging to all.
  • 5. • BASED ON ? • LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT • FORMS OF POLITICAL POWERS • ASSOCIATION OF FREE PRODUCERS
  • 6. The Beliefs of Communism The rich get richer. The poor get poorer.  People wanted to make everything equal.  People never er achieved the goal.  
  • 7. What’s good about communism?  Security  Basic needs  Equal Rights  – – – Everyone would have a Job House Health Care
  • 8. What’s bad about communism?  Lack of choice  No reward for being a better worker  No punishment for being a slacker  Everyone expected to be the same
  • 9. USSR and United States USSR stands for: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.  The USSR was formed in December 1922.  The USSR is a Communist party  There was a friends ship between Russia and the U.S. that was motivated by struggle.  Communism opened a path of friendship. 
  • 10. Industrial Revolution Inventions of new machines 2. Bought by capitalists 3. Displaced former workers 4. Difference between classes increases 1.
  • 11. How’s this related to the IndRev? Adam Smith’s capitalism dominated the IndRev. Led to bad working conditions.  Karl Marx wrote about communism as solution to capitalism’s problems.  Marx said the workers would get fed up  Overthrow their governments and  start communism. 
  • 12. Evolution : Primitive Communism  Humans lived together before the emergence of large-scale agriculture  Small hunting and gathering tribes  Everything was shared amongst the tribefood, jobs, belongings  No one owned land and no one is exploited for their labor.  Simple and Clean Method of practices
  • 13. The Goal of Communism  Goal :  To get rid of social classes and  Make everything fair for everyone
  • 14. 5 Key Points Communism is the government when everything is distributed equally.  Dictatorship is the government when a group or one person has control over everyone.  The Cold War is when there was tension between the U.S and the Soviet Union.   The beginning of communism through the Industrial Revolution.  U.S.S.R. goal to expand communism through the countries.
  • 15. Thank You