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    Hey, I'm pretty set on completing an EPQ, just struggling on ideas... So far I've came up with "The applicability of communism in the 21st century". What are your thoughts on this? I was also pondering on doing something related to the law around Euthanasia but I'm leaning towards my first topic. Do you think I'll struggle to find 5000 words to say on this topic or will this not be an issue?
    Any advice is appreciated X

    It helps to have a question or topic where you can come to a conclusion. Consider rephrasing your idea to something like 'to what extent is communism applicable in the 21st century?' That way, your conclusion can actually contain an answer, backed up by your main text of course. It's a pretty massive topic but seems interesting. You could cut it down to a specific world region.
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