But one wonders how such a morally profound theory could turn into utter chaos and destruction. Boris Yeltsin described communism as "a pie in the sky", something "man could never truly achieve due to his nature" (L. Nichols). Ultimately, communism in the U.S.S.R was doomed from the onset as it was condemned due to the corruption within is leadership, the lack of support for the economy and the frailties of humanity; making what is perfect on paper ineffective in the real world, hence leading to the fall of one of the strongest nations in the world. Communism came after the fall of a political system, which the Russian people could no longer tolerate. As the Tsar's life came to an end Communism wa... ... middle of paper ... ...sers/hendley/pages/PS633/outlines/feb%207.pdf Visited April 31, 2003 Harbor Bernard The Break up of the Soviet Union Sussex: Waylon Limited.
Failure of the Communist System The communist system fell for various reasons. In time, I don't think that this could have been avoided as the communist ideal had a basic flaw in it. It misunderstood human nature. Their ideology was based on every man working to the best of his ability for the good of the nation. However, humans will not work for more than they have to and therefore this massive decline in the quality of the work in communism led to its downfall as there was no will to work.
The person who started the whole transition into a communist empire was ... ... middle of paper ... ...nd lacked spark. The respect and fear they once generated was rapidly declining in an increasingly young and educated country. This weakness of political dissent within the Soviet Union was also important to the crisis. It planted seeds of antitotalitarianism and anticommunism in the native soil. Also the potential for political action sunk to an all time low in the community.
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