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Rise To Power Rank And File
1,779 wordsThere are different interpretations of how and why Stalin was able to gain power, either concentrating on his own actions and abilities, or the situation at the time and the failure of his opponents. It would appear that the success of Stalin was due to both his own strengths and actions in the political arena and the weaknesses displayed by his opponents, in relation to the prevailing circumstances of the time. Stalin was, by opportunism or careful planning, able to gain control of the party ma...
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Rank And File Commanding Officer
656 wordsKerensky was a young man in 1917. In many ways, that was the tragedy of Russia in 1917, that such huge responsibility was placed on the shoulders of such an inexperienced man. Kerensky was also foolish. He was a great orator. He was very theatrical in his gestures. He was the darling of the Petrograd intelligence. Young girls fell in love with him. Many of them wrote him love poems. There was a cult of Kerensky indeed. His rhetoric was sickly sweet, which in the euphoria in the spring 1917, was ...
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Peoples Republic Of China Rank And File
1,926 words... rea singly disturbed by Japanese incursions in the north. In the public mind, the CCP knew what their problems were and were, more importantly, prepared to do something about the situation. Therefore, the Second World War was a useful opportunity, where they showed their efficient guerilla warfare under Mao's firm leadership. More and more peasants became actively resistant, because of the Japanese atrocities. As a result of the weakness or absence of local notables, the communists were able...
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Rank And File Afl Cio
2,564 words... "arrest" groups arrived earlier than the "non-arrest" groups which were supposed to protect them from removal by the police. The news photographs of these initial "lock-down" groups have a surrealistic air to them. In the empty streets after dawn, groups of protesters lock themselves together with bicycle locks or tubes covering their linked arms to prevent police from removing them individually. King County Sheriff Dave Reichert says he got a telephone call at 8 AM from a county detective. ...
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African American Population U S Population
594 wordsBy the year 2050, nonwhites will represent close to half of the U. S. population, according to the U. S. Census Bureau projections. By 2005, the ethnic minority share of the workforce is expected to grow to 28 percent, up from 18 percent in 1980 and 22 percent in 1990. Although the African American population is now the largest minority group, the Hispanic and Asian populations are growing much faster. In 1994, the African American population was estimated to be 33 million, or 12. 7 percent of t...
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Rank And File Manufactured Goods
1,051 wordsHistory Essay Why, by 1846, were the Chartists unable to convince parliament for the need for reform whereas the Anti-Corn Law League were able to do so. The failure of Chartism can largely be blamed on the lack of strength of the movement, inherent weaknesses, dependency on economic depression and poor leadership. Using the experiences of Chartism the leaders of the Anti-Corn Law League were able to build a stronger movement, eradicating many of the problems that had hindered the Chartists. One...
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Rank And File Political Influence
4,719 wordsTHE KOMSOMOL: AFTER 70 YEARS NOTHING HAS CHANGED The Komsomol of the Soviet Union is a curious feature of that nations political system. While having a unique relationship with the Communist Party, it also exists as a typical product of the regimes totalitarian rule. The Party has prescribed a certain amount of responsibility to the Komsomol, but it is questionable as to how much political influence is vested there. For a critical analysis of its usefulness, a measure of its political influence ...
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