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The Rise of Marxism

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Claire Stephens

on 27 March 2013

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The Rise of Marxism Presentation by: Nathan, Josh and Claire What is Marxism? Who was Karl Marx? Russian Revolution History from Marx's View The Communist Manifesto Maoist Marxism vs. Russian Marxism Trier, Germany Communism vs. Socialism Sources -Book written by Marx and Engels -History of all existing societies is the history of class struggle. -Bourgeoisie- higher class -Proletariat- lower class -Revolution needed from the Proletariat 1915 1916 -Born in Trier, Germany in 1818 1917 1918 -Studied in law in Bonn and Berlin 1919 1922 Communism: Socialism: -State owns property -Workers own property -No leader -"Socialist" ruling party -No social classes -Social classes diminished -Wrote the "Communist Manifesto" in 1848. "Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to loose but your chains." World War One Moral was weakening
Tsar Nicholas II
A very poor economy Corruption Tsar Nicholas II
Tsarina Alexandra
Rasputin -Wrote for the "Rheinische Zeitung" Tsarina Alexandra -A philisophy based on the materialist interpretation of society Absolute Rule
impact Rasputin -Economic Ideaology History
Influence on Tsarina Alexandra
Impact -Started by Karl Marx-1848 Death of Rasputin Reasoning
Impact on Tsarina Alexandra February Revolution March 8
Started in Petrograd
Bread riots
Joined by factory workers February Revolution Military response
dissolving of the Duma
Tsar Nicholas II abdicated November 6 & 7 Vladimir Lenin
Take over of the provisional government Aftereffects Provisional government
Petrograd Soviet -Revolutionary-- Communist League, Young Hegelians Civil War Bolsheviks
Anti-Bosheviks USSR Union of Soviet Socialists Republics
Lenin became the dictator China
3 stages
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