The good news of communism (1)

Usually when we take some work, just as the miners extracted from the earth they need rocks, we searched and found discussed in the works of ideas. To transfer such an experience to Manifest is not possible because the gangue in it almost none. Because the only thing that remains is, when reading a document written almost 170 years ago, to compare the text with other and modern realities. I mean that we, the followers and the followers of those ideals, the struggle for which is the subject of the Manifesto, is to compare his worldview with the above in the Manifest.
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The Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua: a 37-year anniversary.

Jul 19, the Nicaraguan people marked the anniversary of the Sandinista revolution, the immediate successor of the Cuban revolution. Now Latin America is not “flaming continent”, but certainly “smoldering” because the former fuse disappeared and went out, just slowly and patiently waiting for his new “Che”. When he breaks through is an open question. Yes, now the region is experiencing a right turn, but the spiral of History is inexorable and objective. Sooner or later, the “mole of history” will do the trick and will come out. Meanwhile, I propose to plunge into the atmosphere of festive Managua:
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[Translation] the History capacitors part 1: first discoveries

Capacitors have a history starts together with the first attempts to study electricity. I liken them to the first steps of aviation when people made planes from wood and fabric and tried to jump up in the air, not understanding aerodynamics enough to understand how to stay on top. In the study of electricity was a similar period. At the time of opening of the condenser our understanding was so primitive that it was believed that electricity is a fluid that exists in two forms, vitreous and resinous. And, as you will see, everything changed in the early years of the development of capacitors.
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Change the style of organizing information

Original taken from serj_aleks in the Change of style of organizing information

It loses any sense to continue to post meaningful information about the development of the project “Common History” (Emphasis project). Started the classification to its present here information on historical topics by a process similar to that which I know, is chispa1707, in their posts here in LJ. To discuss the project the best option consider the revitalization of the forum of the project. Turn in the reading mode and the high local and important, from my point of view, the census LJ. Basically, it was a satisfactory laboratory, but as I said in the blog, network platform, which ceased to develop technologically There are more modern and functional tools on the network to publish and organize information. The further course of the development of the project will be focused here:

Forum of the project
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Cuban pioneers – the future of the island of freedom

Cuba recently held national Assembly of the Cuban pioneers. Guys and girls from across the country gathered in Havana, where they discussed the urgent problems not only of their social group, but of the whole country. I propose to look at the faces of the future of the Cuban revolution. They are serious and give hope that the revolution is continued:
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The role of Faust in the Modern project

As if in continuation of the end of the previous report, the end of which was dedicated to the assessment of the influence of Goethe’s Faust to the twentieth century, the following report highlights the impact of the work of the great German poet of the Modern era in General.
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