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Communism may refer to:
- Marxism, a method of social analysis and a set of theories regarding economics and human history;
- Communism, a political ideology and movement based on Marxism;
- Stateless communism or the "communist mode of production", a hypothetical type of society which Marxists say will arise after socialism and will be structured on the principle "from each according to his ability, to each according to his need";
- Primitive communism, a name for early hunter-gatherer societies that had no hierarchical social class structures or capital accumulation;
- A communist state, the Western name for a state ruled by a Communist party and guided by Marxist-Leninist ideology;
- Religious communism, a combination of communist ideology and religious views, or a name for religious societies based on common ownership of property;
- War communism, an economic policy in Soviet Russia during 1918–1921;
- Communism Peak, a former name of the Ismoil Somoni Peak.
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