Adhering to or based on the principles of communism
a French communist writer
A person who supports or believes in the principles of communism
I was very left-wing, but I was never a communist
relating to or marked by communism; "Communist Party"; "communist governments"; "communistic propaganda"
a socialist who advocates communism
(communism) a form of socialism that abolishes private ownership
(communism) a political theory favoring collectivism in a classless society
The Workers' Weekly was the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Great Britain, established in February of 1923. The publication was succeeded by The Daily Worker in 1930.
Communism is a sociopolitical movement that aims for a classless society structured upon communal ownership of the means of production and the end of wage labour and private property. ...
(Communism (criticism)) Criticism of communism can be divided in two broad categories: Those concerning themselves with the practical aspects of 20th century Communist states and those concerning themselves with communist principles and theory. ...
An advocate of a society based on the common ownership of property; A revolutionary or subversive radical; Of, relating to, supporting, or advocating communism
(communism) Any political philosophy or ideology advocating holding the production of resources collectively; Any political social system that implements a communist political philosophy; The international socialist society where classes and the state no longer exist
(Communists) People who want everyone to be treated in the same way, everyone should be equals. For example: everyone get the same pay for the jobs they do.
(communism) A system of government in which a single, totalitarian, party holds power. It is characterized by state control of the economy, and restriction on personal freedoms. It was first proposed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in The Communist Manifesto.
(Communism) an economic theory or system based on the ownership of all property by the community as a whole; the final stage of socialism as formulated by Marx, Engels, Lenin and others characterized by a classless and stateless society and the equal distribution of economic goods; achieved by ...
(Communism) You have two cows. You have to take care of them, but the government takes all the milk.
(Communism) a theory advocating elimination of private property. Also known as: A system in which goods are owned in common – a totalitarian system of government in which a single authoritarian party controls state-owned means of production
(Communism) An economic system in which the government controls the factors of production.
(Communism) a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party.
(communism) (p. 44) An economic and political system in which the state makes all economic decisions and owns all the major forms of production.
(Communism) A concept or system of society in which the collective community shares ownership in resources and the means of production. In theory, such societies provide for equal sharing of all work, according to ability, and all benefits, according to need. ...
(Communism) A future economic system, beyond socialism, possible when everyone's needs are met and there is no longer any reason to apportion sparse resources.
(Communism) A misunderstood but benevolent form of government
(Communism) A political-economic philosophy, held notably by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in the nineteenth century, that holds to (1) economic determinism — that the way a society produces its wealth determines all else — and (2) the notion.
(Communism) A political-economic system wherein all individuals are granted equal access to the means of production and free access to the products thereof, based upon their need. Advancement in communist society is therefore based upon cooperation.
(Communism) A set of political ideas associated with Marx, as developed particularly by Lenin, and institutionalized in China and, until 1990, in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
(Communism) A social system in which all property is owned and shared by society as a whole, with none belonging to individual citizens. This ideology was common in central and eastern Europe up until the end of the 1980s.
(Communism) A socialist system with a rigid, unscientific, bureaucratic basis derived from Marxist and Leninist ideology. It propounds the materialistic ethic. The de facto ethic is to maximize the power of the Communist Party and its leaders. ...