Government and Politics
- Chinese Soviet Republic, a short-lived state in 20th century China
- Common Sense Revolution, a political movement in Ontario
- Comprehensive School Reform, a program administered by the U.S. Department of Education
- Comprehensive Spending Review, a governmental process in the United Kingdom carried out by HM Treasury
- Czechoslovak Republic, a state in Europe (1918-1938, 1945-1960)
- Czech Socialist Republic, federative part of Czechoslovakia (1969-1990)
- Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, a state in Europe (1960-1990)
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