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COMMCommunication(s)
COMMCommunity
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COMMCommerce
COMMCommand
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COMMCommentary
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COMMCommander
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COMMCommune
COMMCommunist
COMMCommemorative
COMMCommandant
COMMCommunications Module (Datum)
COMMCentral Office Maintenance Management System
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Did that really reflect the support for the Communist regime in 1948?
You can't even blame the Cambodian genocide on the Communist victory in South Vietnam.
The Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People's Army branded me as a bully.
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In a report from 1989, General Dobri Dzhurov, Minister of Defense of the Communist government of Todor Zhivkov, had proposed to promote engineer Stoimen Stoimenov, instructor at the Social and National Security Department of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party to Chief of the Political Unit of the Third Army.
Interestingly, this is the story of how someone from a British background came to the Communist Party, a party primarily composed of Finns, Ukrainians, and other eastern European immigrants.
10) On this point, Tony Michels rightly asserts that communism became a popular movement for immigrant Jews in the 1920s and 30s, noting that during that time "Yiddish-speaking immigrants created a constellation of communist and pro-communist organizations including party branches, trade unions, housing cooperatives, summer camps, schools, newspapers and journals, theatre groups and choirs.
The speed of change in this dynamic model is the result of two rates, the "learning rate", how fast agents are learning to play the new "capitalist" game and the so-called "going-over rate", the mix in every time period of economic agents playing according to the "old" communist values and those playing according to the "new" capitalist values.
He finds it valuable but that is different from believing in the communist ideology.
A year later, the Korean War began when Communist North Korea, with Soviet and Chinese support, invaded South Korea.
Harris Smith, in his book OSS: The Secret History of America's First Central Intelligence Agency, revealed that Donovan worked with Communist Party leader Eugene Dennis to recruit OSS personnel from communist ranks.
The Communist Party tightly controls political power and religious expression.