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    Professor Shea English 101 12/10/2017 Capitalism Vs. Socialism: Which is better and which is moral? Socialism is no new thing. It is not new to mankind. It is an idea, the promise of a better life for all, that has been around of centuries. Several nations around the globe have experimented with this economic system, but although it is a system that has been tried, it is not one that is all that true. There have been great strides towards socialism and away from capitalism in recent years.…

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    Socialism, just similar to communism, appeals for placing the foremost revenues of manufacture in the indicators of the people, either one straightly otherwise through the government. It correspondingly considers that prosperity and revenue ought to be shared more in the same way among individuals (Merritt). Merritt stated that forefathers of monarchy are impartial like a dictatorship where one side is totalitarian as in 20% and the other side is 80% of any governmental power scale. Current…

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    Socialism Socialism is a government system that is based on equality and favors public or government ownership. The state controls all resources and owns production, distribution, and exchange of all goods. Socialism also refers to political movements and doctrines and comes in multiple forms. The roots of socialism came from Greece. The ideology of equality and equal distribution among communities changed and adapted across Europe. In the 1600 and 1700s, and the philosophies…

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    unions brought socialism into the USA (“Socialism in America”). With the incorporation of a mixed economy, the country started to protect the rights of the people. Differences between socialism and capitalism are meshed with similarities to create the best system that can be used. The debate of these two economic systems defines and interprets them, changes them historically, and provides proof of different rights given to the people of the governments that implement them. Socialism is a…

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    “Socialism failed because it couldn’t tell the economic truth; capitalism may fail because it couldn’t tell the ecological truth”1 In a perfect world where equality is in our everyday lives and respected without criticism, socialism is the ideal economy. However, we do not live in a perfect world, so the United States has combined reality and fantasy into one and constructed an economy with the influence of both capitalism and socialism. Socialism is a considerably decent economy on the basis…

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    Capitalism and socialism are known as formal economies The main difference between both of them moves around the government role and economies equality. Capitalism affords economic freedom, consumer choice, and economic growth. Socialism economy is controlled but the state and central planning authority planned it and it gives social welfare. Capitalism is characterized in the following ways:  Capitalism is made up of buyers and sellers and it’s basically a market based economy.  The profit…

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    Socialism? Is Socialism good? Or is Socialism bad? Some say that Socialism is first class while others say it is unacceptable. People who say that Socialism is first class like to be treated fairly and get free stuff. While on the other hand, people who work hard say that Socialism is unfair because they work and deserve to keep their entire paycheck, and do not think that people who do not work as hard or at all for that matter do not deserve free stuff. For example, upcoming Democratic…

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    tend to think of communism and socialism as synonymous. When either of these ideologies is mentioned, it invokes a certain sense of fear. Much of this fear stems from lack of understanding. Parker, Fournier, & Reedy (2007) defined communism as a society where the community jointly owns all the property and means of production instead of the individual, with the goal of abolishing states and social classes (p. 54). Parker et al. (2007) similarly defined socialism as the belief that the…

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    The economical, political and sociological movement known as Utopian Socialism appeared during the first years of the nineteenth century. It was fuelled by the Industrial Revolution’s decrease in living standards. The poor were mostly affected by the consequences of specialisation. Industrialisation destroyed labourers’ traditional way of life. For most, life became monotonous and working conditions hard. The working class engaged in riots and rebellions throughout the first half of the…

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    that companies can make more profit. What is this? Capitalism, today 's economic system. Where the rich get richer and the poor get more poor. The solution? Socialism, where everyone has their basic human rights met or the elimination of poverty, more government involvement and workers receiving compensation for their hard work. In socialism, everyone gets their basic human rights met, where basically, everyone is entitled to healthcare,…

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