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THE COMMUNIST WORLD(1945-1982)

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THE COMMUNIST WORLD(1945-1982)
VICENTE OLIVER, Miki
SASTRE BORRÁS, Haize


- Political system dictatorship of the proletariat.
institutions: executive and
legislative powers.

- Economy was controlled by the state

-Society theory egalitarian and therefore classless.
differences between the members of the communist party and the rest of the people.
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
-Countries in central and Eastern Europe.

-After the revolutions in China and Cuba, the two countries joined the bloc.

-This extended to Asia(North Korea and Indochina) and Africa(Angola and Namibia).
COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
- Stalin's successor: Nikita Khrushchev

process of de-Stalinization

- Khrushchev's successor: Leonid Brezhnev

stopped all reforms

-USSR controlled the governments of the other European countries
*The state fully repressed revolts and claims of independence.
THE SOVIET UNION AND ITS SATELLITES
-In 1949: communists achieved victory.

-In 1950: China occupied Tibet.

-Political system: repression of the opposition and strict control.

-Cultural Revolution forced people to abandon their traditional ways of life.

-Economy: system of collectivization
COMMUNIST CHINA
1945-1960
It recovered
from the crises caused by the war
After 1960
Economy slowed down
Stalin's successor
Khrushchev's successor
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