Communist Philosophy: Stalinist Russia Essay

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Communist philosophy is the foundation of communism, and is the rubric for Communist rulers such as Joseph Stalin; who went against communist philosophy to create a “perfect” communist society containing proper economic and agricultural means. Joseph Stalin contributed to this by conquering, instead of communism exploding over the world by choice; and also by not letting the proletariat rule. Stalin departed from Communist Philosophy by becoming a dictator, instead of the Central Committee ruling in the name of the proletariat; and also by using military force in order to expand his rule. Furthermore, Stalin deviated from the teachings of Marx to create a worthwhile society for the workers of the world to unite; the workers of the world …show more content…
In the time of weakness for Russia, the Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party that later became the Russian Communist Party, swooped in and had two separate ideas for how to create a new government in a non-czarist Russia. The Mensheviks referred to as the “minoritarians” chose Martov, while the Bolshevik or “majoritarian” people went with Lenin (ABC-Clio Russian Social-Democratic Workers’ Party). Martov’s goal was a reformist movement that focused on a larger scale picture while Lenin’s followers focused on a small group leading the revolution: the Bolshevik Party was created using the guidelines of Marxism, wanting workers and deputies to come into power (ABC-Clio Russian Social-Democratic Workers’ Party; ABC-Clio, Bolshevik Party).
The debate continued as the provisional government was created, while the Bolshevik Party wanted the war to end to work on internal issues and a socialist revolt: while the Mensheviks wanted to continue the war for honor and defense, and to make a democracy. At this point, the two halves of the Russian Social-Democratic Workers’ Party divided into the social and the democratic; these sides began to function as two distinct parties instead of two halves of a whole. After the downfall of the Russian monarchy, the Bolshevik Party began to start to mold the government, and then the party overthrew the provisional government they had helped create in a time of chaos.
On October 25th, 1917 they

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