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There Are Only Five Communist Countries Left In The World

There Are Only Five Communist Countries Left In The World

Russia became a communist state in the year 1917, and dozens of countries followed. In fact, at one point during the Cold War, the world was split roughly 50/50 in ideology: half of it was capitalist, and half was communist. By 2016, only five countries remained under communist rule: China, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam and North Korea. But remember that these "communist states" are not truly communist. Many experts argue that communism is nearly impossible to achieve, and the video below explains why.

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These Are The Last 5 Communist Countries

Really they are socialist states, but that is identified as a necessary precursor to communism.

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Joseph McCarthy's Hunt For Communists

It's where the term "McCarthyism" came from.

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What Is Communism?

Is it really evil?

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