Jokuaikuaa ha avano'õme, amoño'ỹtekuareko (oúva amoño'ỹtekuá[ra]-gui, "opavave mba'éva"[1]) (karaiñe'ẽme: comunismo) niko pe temimo'ã ha no'õ kuaapavẽ, avano'õ, jokuaikuaa ha virumboja'okuaa rehegua hembipotáva ha'éva toñemboguapy peteĩ avano'õ amoño'ỹtekuarekoha, ha'éva peteĩ tysýi virumboja'okuaa ha jokuaikuaa rehegua oguerekóva itopyta tembiapo ñopa'ũrupi rekojára amoño'ỹtekua ha viru,[2][3] tetã ha jepekuéra avano'õ rehegua pore'ỹ[4][5]

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  2. Principles of Communism, Frederick Engels, 1847, Section 18. "Finally, when all capital, all production, all exchange have been brought together in the hands of the nation, private property will disappear of its own accord, money will become superfluous, and production will so expand and man so change that society will be able to slough off whatever of its old economic habits may remain".
  3. The ABC of Communism, Nikoli Bukharin, 1920, Section 20.
  4. The ABC of Communism, Nikoli Bukharin, 1920, Section 21.
  5. George Thomas Kurian, ed (2011). «Withering Away of the State». The Encyclopedia of Political Science. CQ Press. doi:10.4135/978160871243410.4135/9781608712434. ISBN 97819331164409781933116440. Consultado el 3 January 2016. 

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