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Ideologies of Leaders

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    Ideologies of leaders   change as regards country's social and economic situation and time
in the world. At the 20. century this views altered so much marginal ideologies that if the
historical events took placed differently, perhaps many people would have different
lives.Thus, we will examine ideologies of political leaders changing course of history.
Persistent ideologies of leaders on the 20th century can be divided into three main categories
such as communist ideology, racist ideology, pacifist ideology example Gandhi.

  When lives of leaders is analyzed in terms of ideology, it is clear that   communist
leaders influnenced effectively. Communism   based on social organization is a political
ideology. The underlying main cause of communism is desire that establish a classless
society based on the common property. In other words, communism aims to create a classless  
society   economically. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels are founding father of communism
that is one of the great powers in world politics since the beginning of the century.
Accordingly, the communist society will have replaced capitalist system instead of capitalist
society based on private property. On the other hands, a various communist ideologies was
created on the world such as Stalinism, Maoism, Marksism-Leninism. Maoism was came out
by Mao in Chine 1972 and also Stalinism by Stalin in Russia 1917.However, communism lost
more power because of collapse of SSCB in later years due to lack of communist leaders.
  One of the most important ideologies of leaders is racism   give rise to catastrophic results  
have cotaining no humanity values. Benito Mussolini is known as the founder of racism.
Racism consists of some basic principles such as nationalism, populism, anticapitalism and
anticommunism. It is the most obvious time that fascism was applied in Germany and Italy  
between the first and second World Wars. The best known...


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