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Transcript of The Hammer and Sickle: A History Presentation The Hammer and Sickle Origin The hammer and sickle was used originally as a symbol to represent the union between the industry and peasant society It is unknown as to when this symbol was created, but it has been in use since 1917 A history project by Jordan ,
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This arm and hammer represents the Mason as the Builder, as "man at work" creating the heavens and the earth Thus, man becomes God The arm and hammer is of socialist/communist origins The same symbol is found on a bestselling brand of baking soda Noted communist financier and oil corporation CEO Armand Hammer was ,
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The hammer is traditionally a symbol for the proletariat, while the sickle is a typical symbol of the peasantry With their coming together, the Hammer and Sickle symbol represents the unity of the workers and the peasants Even after the Soviet Union got dissolved, the Hammer and Sickle has endured as a universal symbol of communism
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