Marxism, Leninism and Marxism
In the twentieth century, Marxism and leninism were the dominant political ideologies. While they may have differed in their stances on some issues, they both shared a central aim to dismantle the existing system of bourgeois democracy. For example, both Mao and Gorbachev emphasized the need to break down the authoritarian elements of the state.
Mao’s leninism and marxism are two important political ideologies. They are used by revolutionary movements to create socialism, and to bring about a communist state. However, a proper understanding of these theories can prove difficult.
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