[2/n] For reasons like these, the perception of (the language of) communism may be quite mixed for people who live in regions touched by events like these. Communism was used as an ideology to excuse dehumanization and exploitation of people.
Maybe a history-sensitive version of communism needs to be formulated explicitly, taking into account the sensitivity that many people may have around it because of its history in XX century.
(How many witnesses of Khmer Rounge are still alive?)
[3/n] A human-rights-aware communism perhaps.
The idea is that it would be reflected in the name and language somehow.
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