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Communism "was" the opposite of our way of life. In the US, individual freedom (the Bill of Rights) ensures individualism. Individual freedom comes over society's desires. In the US, if society doesn't like books that a particular person writes and wants those books outlawed; That writer is protected to continue his writings by the Constitution of the United States. In a communist country, society can outlaw him and his books.

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Communism "was" the opposite of our way of life. In the US, individual freedom (the Bill of Rights) ensures individualism. Individual freedom comes over society's desires. In the US, if society doesn't like books that a particular person writes and wants those books outlawed; That writer is protected to continue his writings by the Constitution of the United States. In a communist country, society can outlaw him and his books.

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Communism was important to the world cause it brought a change in people's mind set.In introduced a new phenomenon of in-dependency throughout the word

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Because one day a Communist world system will be established, with no classes or money or government. This will put an end to the wars, poverty, exploitation and suffering of capitalism.

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βˆ™ 14y ago

communism is a great thing to be in

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