Communism In Charles Rice's Confessions Of An Anti-Communist

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Charles Rice’s Confessions of an Anti- Communist reflects on the fight for communism at the end of World War I, and the fight for control from the labor force which led to a rise in communism. Rice’s opinion on the turn that should have taken place was one of support at first. However, while his opinion of communism changed towards the end of the article it was clear he was not a supporter of oppression of the people of communist Soviet Union. Rice goes on to compare Communism from a historical view of military and political control over their citizens as well as the economy. Communism is believed to be imperfect and Rice considered there were important points to communism however he also believes that the citizens were ruled by dictators