communisation


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Synonyms for communisation

a change from private property to public property owned by the community

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the organization of a nation of the basis of communism

changing something from private to state ownership or control

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However, Mao was overly ideological and too obsessed with the socialist transformation of agriculture, starting from land reform to cooperatisation and then communisation.
I mentioned communisation theory, which has recently taken post-ultra-left thought (if I can be excused that clumsy formulation) into a somewhat austere theory of the negative, communism as the non-identity of struggles that can only be apprehended at their 'limits'.
As observed in the Preface, 'countries covering a third of the world's surface underwent communisation to a greater or lesser extent in the twentieth century', and 'Communist parties have existed in almost every area of the globe except the polar ice-caps'.
Coming into office after King Michael I's forced abdication on December 30, 1947, the RCP had as its immediate target subjugating a country that was hostile to the Stalinist project of communisation.
However, we prefer the term cantonisation because, unlike communisation or devolution, it is distinctively associated with the regional management of ethnic differences.