The success of the Bolsheviks in institutionalizing their revolution certainly posed the most profound challenge to confront the liberal democratic order that had appeared in most of the rest of Europe and the Western Hemisphere by the end of the 1920s.

The success of the Bolsheviks in institutionalizing their revolution certainly posed the most profound challenge to confront the liberal democratic order that had appeared in most of the rest of Europe and the Western Hemisphere by the end of the 1920s. Over the next decades, the threat of Fascism would come and go, but Communism itself would suffer from a challenge inherent in its own success, the fact that the expansion of the Communist movement also meant growing diversity of perspectives and disunity among Communists. In a detailed essay, using concepts introduced throughout the course, identify the fundamental reasons for the most important disagreements between Communists and therefore how and why it became impossible to maintain a single global Communist movement. Essays must be 5-6 pages long with one-inch margins, double-spaced with a 12-point font.