Communist Social Movement

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A Communist Social Movement is a social movement that aims to create a classless, moneyless and global social order.



  1. Principals of Communism, Frederick Engels, 1847, Section 18. "Finally, when all capital, all production, all exchange have been brought together in the hands of the nation, private property will disappear of its own accord, money will become superfluous, and production will so expand and man so change that society will be able to slough off whatever of its old economic habits may remain."
  2. The ABC of Communism, Nikoli Bukharin, 1920, Section 20
  3. See for example, Socialism: Utopian or Scientific by Friedrich Engels, chapter III, paragraph III: "The proletariat seizes the public power, and by means of this transforms the socialized means of production, slipping from the hands of the bourgeoisie, into public property. By this act, the proletariat frees the means of production from the character of capital they have thus far borne, and gives their socialized character complete freedom to work itself out. Socialized production upon a predetermined plan becomes henceforth possible. The development of production makes the existence of different classes of society thenceforth an anachronism. In proportion as anarchy in social production vanishes, the political authority of the State dies out. Man, at last the master of his own form of social organization, becomes at the same time the lord over Nature, his own master — free." or the ABC of Communism: "In a communist society there will be no classes. But if there will be no classes, this implies that in communist society there will likewise be no State."
  4. communism. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 11th Edition. Retrieved December 02, 2012.
  5. Critique of the Gotha Programme, Karl Marx.
  6. Full Communism: The Ultimate Goal: Template:WebCite