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    society, and culture creating a country that is plagued in disparity. Yet the American people refuse to accept the inherent solution to its problem, democratic socialism. The ideals of democratic socialism are designed to create a more equal society, in pursuit of establishing a true democracy, by having a democratically elected government take part in redistributing wealth, providing public services, and organizing a state’s trade. Although many Americans regard capitalism…

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    The first source strongly supports the value of democratic socialism and modern liberalism, which both believe that government has an obligation to intervenes and control its economy to ensure economic equality among its nations. Before socialism and modern liberalism were embraced, the Laissez-fair capitalism and classical liberalism values were the foundation of the economic system. People pursued individual interests more than collective wills and Capitalist business owners supported economic…

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    The Importance of Democratic Socialism In today’s society, the word “socialism” is seen as a threat to America’s political ideology. The mere thought of replacing democracy leaves many citizens uneasy, whether it be caused by the fear of failure, or an ongoing plague of greed. Unfortunately, being as this country relies on biased opinion, socialism gains poor connotation and misleading information is spread across the country. Socialism includes many positive reforms, such as universal…

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    “What is democratic socialism, American-style?” an article written by Peter Dreier and published on CNN. This article target audience is anyone who wants to understand what democratic socialism is and how have American practiced it. He goes on to say that the united states biggest equal rights movements such as: woman suffrage, child labor laws, consumer protection laws and the progression income tax law were lead by socialists. Dreier uses a combination of rhetorical questions, One Sentence…

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    they structure the popular vote, formulate the public policy, organize the flow of power and compete in elections, allowing citizens to choose their leaders. Also, European politicians depend a lot on their political parties for their electoral success to parliament, and this success differs from a country to another in accordance with the local electoral system. Some systems allow the representation of many parties in parliament while others don’t. Out of many political ideologies, this term…

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    fire, especially because of this year’s candidates on each side. The Republicans have double the candidates than the Democrats do. Bernie Sanders has become one of the prominent democratic candidates in the running, only second to Hillary Clinton. He leads the polls in Iowa and New Hampshire. His goal is mostly to attract voters, which means he just wants people to go and vote. He is already getting younger voters who support him, they are spreading his ideas. Many Americans are beginning to…

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    understand and even accused Socrates of infractions he did not execute. Socrates was misunderstood by many, and while he had good intentions, he questioned one too many people and was unfortunately sentenced to death. His enemies did not understand what he was trying to accomplish and used their power to silence him forever. Sander is equally misunderstood. His political opponents and millions of uninformed Americans do not understand that he is a democratic socialist, not a socialist. There is…

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    As the 2016 presidential election wears on in the United States of America, members of the Democratic party have become split between the two running candidates. On one side lies pragmaticism heralded by candidate Hillary Clinton. Clinton is very much the establishment candidate in the race, favoring compromise with the opposing party to create slow, non-risky change. On the other hand, however, is Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist who believes that the democratic party…

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    whole. The controversial ideology of socialism has been a topic of discussion for decades. America has been so passionately anti-socialism that they were in an arms race with Russia for decades because of it. The threat of no free market is such a terrifying notion that America and Russia threatened to blow up the whole world because of it. Americans value capitalism as if it is a social more, but in reality, it goes against the most sacred values of society. The brainwashing that America has…

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    This includes basic industries, banks, agricultural systems, and communication networks. A private sector can still exist even under a democratic socialism economic system. But, all the major indudstrics and corporations are owned by the state instead of private citizens, which is how our government is now. So , with the government in charge of major industries and corporations it would make them responsible for planning and directing the economy. Democratic socialism would then shift decisions…

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