What is a communist system?
A communist system is a system run on the basis of communism. Without going into details, communism means everyone gets everything they need and everyone has an equal say in everything.
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The greatest successes in communism in USSR was to overthrow the inefficient government and to bring forward very progressive development plans.
After World War II, several communist nations from Europe formed analliance. It was called the Warsaw Pact because of the city inwhich it was signed.
Few countries that are still acting under Planned economy (communism is NOT an economic theory.) Libya North Korea Myanmar Saudi Arabia Cuba (although this changed in late 20…10)
held by state in the name of people
In what country? In Soviet Russia, which is what I believe you are referring to, it was called the Duma, and still is.
People have their basic needs met--food, housing, medical care.
another name for a communist system is a pedolusis system, they're both the same things and most federal systems have them
A communist system of government eliminates social classes, abolishes ownership of private property (collective ownership) and organizes labor to meet the needs of the society….
Economic activities in the communist system is controled by the public in the sense that the government tries to control all economic activities by setting up different organi…zations and sectors in order to provide social-economic demands to the public or citizen.
In Animal Life
Made people doubt even more about communism
Usually one recognized party, as in the Soviet Union, the People's Republic of China and Cuba. However, according the Marxist theory of Communisum, all government will fade a…way after it has been over thrown. So actually, none.
In a communist system (small 'c'), the government does not allocate any output. In a Communist system (big 'c'), the government, historically, has taken direct control of firm…s, mandated their production levels (or quotas), given them all the inputs considered necessary in production (from other quotas), and then takes a portion of their output for redistribution.