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Karl Marx wouldn’t fancy Xi Jinping

8 May 2022

11:00 AM

8 May 2022

11:00 AM

The essence of communism (in case you haven’t managed to grab a copy of Karl Marx’s The Communist Manifesto), is that everything is shared. All individuals ideally work towards a common good.

Marx developed the political ideology in the 1840s, producing the socialist publication The Communist Manifesto. Lenin and the Bolsheviks had the idea of attempting to implement communism in Russia before Mao tried in China.

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