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 Romanian Communist Party -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
The Communist Party engaged in a recruitment campaign and was able to attract numbers of workers and intellectuals as well as former members of the fascist (additional info and facts about Iron Guard) Iron Guard.
The perception of the party as a "foreigners" party likely limited its appeal among ethnic Romanians along with the fact that the largely agrarian economy meant that peasants were the largest element of the population, with the working class being very small.
When the Romanian Workers' Party became the Romanian Communist Party in 1965 it was reported that the party had 1,450,000 members or 8% of the population with 44% of the members being workers, 34% peasants, 10% intellectuals and 12% in other categories.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/r/ro/romanian_communist_party.htm   (2465 words)

  
 Communist state - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Alternative terms for a "communist state" include "Communist Party-ruled state", "Marxist-Leninist state", "Stalinist state" (derived from the fact that all these states were governed by communist parties that were either clearly Stalinist themselves or could trace their roots back to Stalinism) or "Deformed workers state" (a term commonly used by Trotskyists).
Communist governments (in the sense of "governments that were - or claimed to be - in the process of moving towards a communist society") typically arose during times of general international unrest.
In the 20th century, a number of Communist Parties based on the Stalinist development of Leninism (which is a branch of Marxism) established governments in various countries.
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 Encyclopedia: Communist Party
The Communist Party of the United States was considered within the political mainstream during the 1930s and 1940s, but the advent of the Cold War got it declared illegal for a time and led to McCarthyism, a vigorous anti-Communist political repression movement in America during the 1950s which effectively destroyed the American Communist Party's influence.
Members of communist parties were persecuted in many countries in the early Cold War period, when anticommunist sentiment was fueled by Western governments as part of their Cold War strategy.
The doctrine of ruling communist parties was typically that all property would belong to the state as the transition to a communist society (see socialism and state capitalism), and that the state would highly regulate all commerce in the country in the meantime.
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 AllRefer.com - Romania - Dominance of the Romanian Communist Party | Romanian Information Resource
AllRefer.com - Romania - Dominance of the Romanian Communist Party
The Romanian economic structure was unusual in the extreme degree to which party and governmental hierarchies were intertwined and even formally merged.
At a joint meeting of party and state officials in June 1987, Ceausescu announced the conversion of the permanent bureau into a quasi-military economic supreme command, further tightening his grip on planning while reducing the role of the governmental institution created for that purpose--the State Planning Committee.
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 Area Handbook Series/ Romania / Bibliography
Romanian Foreign Policy since 1965: The Political and Military Limits of Autonomy.
Farlow, Robert L. "Romania and the Policy of Partial Alignment." Pages 191-207 in James A. Kuhlman (ed.), The Foreign Policies of Eastern Europe: Domestic and International Determinants.
"Romanian Foreign Policy in the 1980s: Domestic-Foreign Policy Linkages." Pages 47-80 in Michael J. Sodaro, and Sharon L. Wolchik (eds.), Foreign and Domestic Policy in Eastern Europe in the 1980s: Trends and Prospects.
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