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The fear and loathing of communism in this country is connected to a powerful tradition of hating strangers, foreigners, and subversives.
Why did many African leaders view the West with suspicion and Communism with an open mind?
A team of French historians calculated the worldwide death toll of communism during the 20th century at more than 93 million.
Is this gift shop communism, a new wave in the typhoon of commodification?
The economic and societal ills of communism, from the Gulag work camps to the KGB torture chambers, and their equivalents in Asia, Africa and Cuba, are inevitable consequences of more fundamental theological and anthropological errors, which people in our own day are once again swallowing all too readily.
From that point forward, any such infighting between communists, or any popular resistance against communism, would be artificial and under the full control of the extensive secret-police networks permeating societies under communist rule.
It is impossible to discuss Black Struggle, Red Scare without placing it within the larger context of the contentious historiography of American Communism.
When Reagan predicted - nearly a decade before the fall of the Berlin Wall - that communism would eventually crumble under its own weight, they laughed.
He rejects claims that communism in Russia was the result of a Jewish plot but asserts that Jews played a "disproportionate role" in the creation of a terrorist state "insensitive to the Russian people and disconnected from Russian history.
The story of Communism was 'the most spectacular rise and fall in global history'.
Long persecuted under Communism, Catholic Croatians there assert their "chosenness" because Mary allegedly selected this place to appear.