The life in the U.S compared to that of the Soviet Union during the 60’s is an amazing phenomenon of a declining life expectancy in a highly developed country just like in the case of the Soviet Union during the 60’s down to the 70’s. The result of the life expectancy rate in the Soviet Union shows that there is only a small part to true informal changes in the state of living. However, the weak point of the measures of life expectancy is of vital importance, although another factor is the unfavourable selection of risks by war, thereby making a less valuable comparison between the international and inter temporal. Another factor is the logical difference between period and the measurement of the group of people sharing a common factor such as the same age or income bracket because of population reorganization change.
According to research by Dinkel R. H. subsequent to the communist conquest of power in the Soviet Union, there was an increase of 68.6 years in the life expectancy of all age group; hence the Soviet authorities used this improvement to demonstrate the competence of the socialist system to that of the capitalist system. Although, with the further continuance of this trend in the late 50’s up to early 60’s it made the life expectancy in the Soviet Union went beyond that in the United States.
Dinkel R.H. further stated that in the 1964 the trend later reversed in that the life expectancy in the Soviet Union for women remained moderately steady, and that of the men counterpart went down dramatically.
Furthermore, Dinkel noted that most of the western sources blamed this change on the growing abuse of alcohol and poor health care thus the implicit embracement by the Soviet Union authorities.
Ideology of socialism and communism
Socialism and communism are ideological principles that have many distinguishing features in addition to many shared characteristics; however, it is complicated to distinguish the accurate differences between them, as various societies have tried embarking on the dissimilar nature of both systems in innumerable forms, thereby,...