Presentation on theme: "Happy Friday Eve, Jan. 9 th Get a book if there isn’t one already at your desk Take out your Warm-Ups Begin Warm-Up Warm-Up 1. Copy: Capitalism."— Presentation transcript:
Happy Friday Eve, Jan. 9 th Get a book if there isn’t one already at your desk Take out your Warm-Ups Begin Warm-Up Warm-Up 1. Copy: Capitalism – an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state. 2. Define Communism 3. How are they different?
Today’s Agenda Warm-Up / Class discussion Communism – Marxist Theory FN: “The Russian Revolution” Homework: Study guide questions 6-10 Finish Vocabulary – Quiz tomorrow
Today’s Standard 10.7 Students analyze the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I. 1. Understand the causes and consequences of the Russian Revolution, including Lenin's use of totalitarian means to seize and maintain control (e.g., the Gulag). What were the causes and effects of the Russian Revolution? 1 paragraph Essential Question
Living in exile in Serbia German government aided him in returning to Russia Vladmir Lenin Bald guys rule! to cause a revolution that would end the war on the eastern front
Capitalism Feudalism Communism PROLETARIAT REVOLT! Evolution of Economies (According to Marx) Barter
Capitalism Feudalism Barter Communism Evolution of Economies (According to Lenin) Political Coup
The Bolsheviks Political party representing the proletariat (workers) Lenin spread Marxist ideas from Communist Manifesto supporting overthrow of Bourgeousie Workers create Soviets (councils)
November Revolution 1917 Lenin promises “Peace, Land, and Bread” Factory workers and sailors overthrow govt. Bolsheviks take control.
Propaganda photo of the “Storming of the Winter Palace” actually a re-enactment by the Bolsheviks
Do you think that the average poor Russian knew what Communism was? Why did they revolt? 45 seconds
What? Huh? Peace, Land, Bread Evolution of Economies (According to Poor Russians) KILL KILL KILL I don’t get it…
Lenin tackles problems left by the Czar Peace – Treaty of Brest- Litovsk Focus on war-related shortages of food and supplies End of Russian involvement in WWI Lenin Takes Charge
A Communist Govt. Redistributed land to the Soviets Land for farmers Factories/Mines to workers New flag to represent it
Bolsheviks (Reds) vs. Counter-Revolutionaries (Whites) Allies supported the Whites Leon Trotsky leads the Reds Red wins Creates distrust between Soviet Union and capitalist nations Civil War
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