In all Marxist regimes, a goal is to separate the children from their parents and make them property of the State. In the Soviet Union, children were encouraged to spy on their parents and report them to the authorities for any anti-Communist remarks. A boy named Pavlik Morozov even became national “martyr” for turning his father in to the Stalinist police. The result of these policies would be the “New Man,” who would safeguard the new utopia and its glorious leaders.
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