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The '''dictatorship of the proletariat''' is a concept in [[Marxist]] theory. It refers to the post-revolutionary [[ socialist]] phase of society, when the working class will rule society, prior to the development of a classless, fully-[[communist]] society. In reality, the term was used to justify appalling crimes carried out by Communist parties against their perceived enemies. It was also a gross misnomer, as the proletariat had no say in the government of communist countries. All power was concentrated in the hands of the communist political elite.
 
The '''dictatorship of the proletariat''' is a concept in [[Marxist]] theory. It refers to the post-revolutionary [[ socialist]] phase of society, when the working class will rule society, prior to the development of a classless, fully-[[communist]] society. In reality, the term was used to justify appalling crimes carried out by Communist parties against their perceived enemies. It was also a gross misnomer, as the proletariat had no say in the government of communist countries. All power was concentrated in the hands of the communist political elite.
  
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Revision as of 09:07, 11 September 2008

The dictatorship of the proletariat is a concept in Marxist theory. It refers to the post-revolutionary socialist phase of society, when the working class will rule society, prior to the development of a classless, fully-communist society. In reality, the term was used to justify appalling crimes carried out by Communist parties against their perceived enemies. It was also a gross misnomer, as the proletariat had no say in the government of communist countries. All power was concentrated in the hands of the communist political elite.