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  • 10th [[International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties]] ! scope="row"| [[Communist Party of Argentina]]
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  • 11th [[International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties]] ! scope="row"| [[Communist Party of Argentina]]
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  • '''13th [[International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties]]''' ! scope="row"| [[Communist Party of Albania (1991)|Communist Party of Albania]]
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  • ...Anna Louise Strong at the time of her recall from the Seattle School Board in 1918. ...own for her reporting on and support for [[Communism|communist]] movements in the [[Soviet Union]] and the [[People's Republic of China]].
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  • ...g=PA122&dq=korea+%22National+Democratic+Front+%22&lr=&as_brr=3#v=onepage&q=korea%20%22National%20Democratic%20Front%20%22&f=false</ref> ...st 25, 1969. Its name changed to the '''National Democratic Front of South Korea''' ([[Hangul]]: 한국민족민주전선 (한민전)) on July 27, 1985, and
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  • '''Capitalist state''', in popular usage, is a [[State (polity)|state]] with a [[form of government]] ...Leninists, the state is a tool in the hands of the [[ruling class]], which in a [[socialism|socialist society]] is the working class, so a capitalist sta
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  • |party_name = Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist) |party_logo = [[File:Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist) logo.jpg]]
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  • ...n of anti-Japanese nationalist force. Immediately after its creation, the communist party was subjected to repression from the Japanese colonial administation. ...tionalist forces including the CPK. At this point, the communist party of Korea was re-established as an organized entity.
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  • |conventional_long_name=<small>Democratic People's Republic of Korea</small> |common_name=North Korea
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  • ...ption = Russian Communist Party leader V.I. Ulianov (Lenin) and Swiss Communist Fritz Platten at the founding convention of the Comintern ...icalism|syndicalist]] delegates held in [[Moscow]] which established the [[Communist International]]. The gathering, held from March 2 to 6, 1919, was attended
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  • {{American socialism |Modern parties}} ...ny of the [[Maoist]]-oriented groups formed in the [[United States]] [[New Communist Movement]] of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to so
    26 KB (3,711 words) - 16:01, 7 August 2013
  • ...used to represent [[communism]] and [[communist party|communist political parties]]. It features a [[sickle]] superimposed on a [[hammer]]. The two tools are ...oviet Union]], along with the [[Red star|Red Star]]. It has also been used in other flags and emblems.
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  • ...orkers Parties]] and [[1969 International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties]].'' ...ear under the name, the '''International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties (IMCWP)'''.
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  • ...His birthday and the day of his death are public holidays in [[DPRK|North Korea]]. President Kim Il Sung was born in Mangyongdae, Pyongyang on April 15, 1912, the eldest son of Kim Hyong Jik a
    9 KB (1,440 words) - 10:37, 12 October 2013
  • {{Communist Parties |expanded=all}} ...l]] by the Russian [[Bolsheviks]]. Undoubtedly the most important of these parties were those of the [[Soviet Union]] and the People's Republic of China.
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  • ...t declared themselves socialist states under any definition, at some point in their history, color-coded for the number of years they claimed they were s ...d. All countries that did ''not'' claim to be socialist are excluded, even in cases where those countries were considered socialist by certain outside ob
    31 KB (3,956 words) - 21:06, 2 November 2013
  • ...he political and scientific work of [[Karl Marx]] and [[Frederick Engels]] in the 1840s, but the words are of later origin. Marxism is the fundamental id ...by the successful [[Bolsheviks|Bolshevik]] [[October Revolution]] of 1917 in [[Russian Empire|Imperial Russia]].
    26 KB (3,856 words) - 16:36, 4 October 2013
  • ...nks with the [[Soviet Union]] throughout its history and followed its lead in domestic and foreign policies.<ref name=Cotton>{{cite book|last=Cotton|firs ...lack of support from a part Inner Mongolian nobles and the higher clergy. In the {{Wp link|Kyakhta|Khiagt}} agreement of 1915, China, Russia and Mongoli
    20 KB (2,929 words) - 14:20, 6 May 2013
  • ...revolution]! Workers conquered power in Russia. Workers will conquer power in the entire world.'']] ...Government which had come to power after the overthrow of the Tsar (king) in February 1917.
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  • ...that supported the candidacy of [[Corazon Aquino]] and [[Salvador Laurel]] in the [[Philippine presidential election, 1986|1986 Snap Elections]] against ...to the mass campaigns which eventually led to the People Power revolution in 1986.
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