The Collapse of Communism in the Soviet Union

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THESIS STATEMENT Three equally powerful and great forces eroded at the Soviet Union and created a sense of desperation that eventually brought the country to the knees of capitalism. The economic dire straits that plagued the country for so may years, the innate failure of Communism as a political idea for the twentieth century and a weak central government, amalgamated to create an atmosphere of nervousness and uncertainty which eventually led to the fall of …

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…decorative to give the Soviet state a resemblance of democracy. Communism has never concealed the fact that it rejects all absolute concepts of morality. It considers morality to be too relative to be a class matter. Depending on the circumstances and the political situation, any act, including murder even the killing of thousands, could be good or bad. In theory the constitution promoted and protected individual freedoms, in practice it was quite a different story.