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    approaches generally lead to the fall of whole economies which is one of the major flaws in socialism. When the income is redistributed throughout everyone, the trend of the economy will be disrupted which usually leads to its downfall. Many countries have tried to use socialism as a viable option but have failed miserably in the process because of this flaw. One example is the Chilean government as they have used socialism nearly forty years ago. As a result, the Chilean economy was ‘grounded…

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    Albert Einstein covers several topics in his essay, Why Socialism, including: the duality of a person, the shortcomings of capitalism, and how some aspects of socialism could help solve the socio-economic crises we face today. Rather than promoting a private economy blinded by selfish interests, Einstein advocates for a planned economy that “adjusts production to the needs of the community” (Einstein). Moreover, he emphasis the role of the common people in making a successful transition toward a…

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    Socialism in the Bee Movie The Bee Movie follows a newly matured bee by the name of Barry B. Benson and his begging of work in the hive. When Barry takes a flight outside the hive he ends up finding that the humans are stealing and profiting off of honey, the bees’ creation. Barry vows to sue the human race, subsequently wins the suit, and the bees regain all of their stolen honey. The Bees begin to slack off with their newly acquired honey, only to find out that they were an integral part of…

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    Introduction The author talks about two protagonists Marx and Bakunin and focusses on their teachings and the organizations which they founded or inspired. They will lead us to the evolution of socialism in more recent years hence to the revolution of syndicalism against the certain movements and political action on the state by socialist. Majority of men and women pass through life without ever contemplating their own conditions or those of the world at large. In a certain place in a society,…

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    We have looked now at both socialism and capitalism and how they differ. There are not many similarities between the two except maybe that they both want to run a society in an efficient manner. They just have very different ways of going about it. For a socialist movement to take root in an otherwise capitalistic society the following would have to occur. To make the people want a different system, more mandates, regulation, and taxes are implemented, making it more difficult and nearly…

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    The argument between whether socialism or capitalism is better has been a long-standing debate within the economic community for years. In the article, Capitalism or Socialism? Another Two-Pole Solutions from the “Journal of Global Economics”, Paul Cusack suggests that the best option is somewhere in the middle. He uses the two-pole technique to understand what the best amount of government spending is within an economy. The two-pole technique is a mathematical way of comparing two contrasting…

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    Novel Approach to Politics Van Bell discusses two of the major economic systems in use throughout the world, Capitalism and Socialism, and their fatal flaws. Capitalism’s fatal flaw, described as the Tragedy of the Commons, is an overexploitation of a resource. Socialism on the other hand solves Capitalism’s fatal flaw by regulation, but creates its own fatal flaw, Socialism is not good at producing goods only distributing them. An example of the Tragedy of the Commons is the tale of Bluefin…

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    Due to the publication of the Communist Manifesto, mid nineteenth century America gained a great deal of immigrants from Europe. This immigration came with an influx of new socialist beliefs, causing the development of political parties founded on these beliefs. In 1901, the Socialist Party of America was formed. Up until World War I, the Socialist Party gained large numbers, its members being mostly foreign-born people of the urban working class or native-born farmers. One of the party’s…

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    The two sides of Capitalism and Socialism play the roles of an antagonist and a protagonist. The inspector being the driving force of Socialism, clearly going against Mr Birling's capitalist views and strongly suggesting on the idea that ‘people should look after each other’.The fact that the story was written in 1945 correlates with the…

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    strong. And now it was all gone” (Sinclair 1906, 138). This is the bleak picture painted in Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel The Jungle. A disturbing critique of turn-of-the-century industrialism with pervading themes of poverty, anti-corporation, and socialism. A commentary that exemplifies the Progressive era and the embodiments of freedom that came with it. Through his detailed descriptions of the poor working conditions of workers in industries such as meatpacking and steel, Sinclair makes a…

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