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Communism is an ideology that seeks to establish a classless, stateless social organization based on common ownership of the means of production. It is usually considered a branch of the broader socialist movement that draws on the various political and intellectual movements that trace their origins back to the work of Karl Marx.

Noun1. a form of socialism that abolishes private ownership (hypernym) socialism, socialist economy (hyponym) Bolshevism, collectivism, sovietism (derivation) communize, communise, bolshevize, bolshevise2. a political theory favoring collectivism in a classless society (hypernym) political orientation, ideology, political theory (hyponym) castroism (derivation) communize, communise, bolshevize, bolshevise


A scheme of equalizing the social conditions of life; specifically, a scheme which contemplates the abolition of inequalities in the possession of property, as by distributing all wealth equally to all, or by holding all wealth in common for the equal use and advantage of all.  

A set of egalitarian political and economic ideas associated with karl marx in which the means of production and distribution system would be owned by the community. "Communism" as developed by lenin and institutionalized throughout eastern europe (until 1990) and china bears little resemblance to Marx's vision.

Any ideology based on the communal ownership of all property and a classless social structure, with economic production and distribution to be directed and regulated by means of an authoritative economic plan that supposedly embodies the interests of the community as a whole. karl marx is today the most famous early theoretician of communism, but he did not invent the term or the basic social ideals, which he mostly borrowed and adapted from the less systematic theories of earlier french utopian socialists -- grafting these onto a philosophical framework marx derived from the german philosophers hegel and Feuerbach, while adding in a number of economic theories derived from his reinterpretation of the writings of such early political economists such as adam Smith, thomas Malthus, and david Ricardo. In most versions of the communist utopia, everyone would be expected to co-operate enthusiastically in the process of production, but the individual citizen's equal rights of access to consumer goods would be completely unaffected by his/her own individual contribution to production -- hence karl Marx's famous slogan "From each according to his ability; to each according to his need." the marxian and other 19th century communist utopias also were expected to dispense with such "relics of the past" as trading, money, prices, wages, profits, interest, land-rent, calculations of profit and loss, contracts, banking, insurance, lawsuits, etc. It was expected that such a radical reordering of the economic sphere of life would also more or less rapidly lead to the elimination of all other major social problems such as class conflict, political oppression, racial discrimination, the inequality of the sexes, religious bigotry, and cultural backwardness -- as well as put an end to such more "psychological" forms of suffering as alienation, anomie, and feelings of powerlessness. the specifically Marxist-Leninist variant of socialism which emphasizes that a truly communist society can be achieved only through the violent overthrow of capitalism and the establishment of a "dictatorship of the proletariat" that is to prepare the way for the future idealized society of communism under the authoritarian guidance of a hierarchical and disciplined communist Party. A world-wide revolutionary political movement inspired by the october revolution (Red Oktober) in russia in 1917 and advocating the establishment everywhere of political, economic, and social institutions and policies modeled on those of the soviet union (or, in some later versions, china or Albania) as a means for eventually attaining a communist society. [See also: capitalism, socialism, ideology, egalitarianism]

A social and economic system in which all (or nearly all) property is public, not private. that is, everyone shares resources. not to be confused for socialism, which only grants ownership of the means of production to workers.

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