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Why wasn’t the USSR “rebranded” communist?

The Soviet Union kind of did brand itself as communist, as the ruling party's officials name was the Communist Party of the Union of Soviet Socialist Repubics. Whether the Soviet government was ...
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Ranking Eastern Europe Communist regimes by severity of repression

The issue you're going to have with this question is that "severity of repression" is very subjective. Libertarians, Conservatives, and Social Liberals all have very different views of what ...
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Ranking Eastern Europe Communist regimes by severity of repression

It depends on the period - the repressions in the USSR have softened after Stalin's death, the regime arguably becoming less oppressive than some of its western allies. I've read somewhere that ...
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