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    I enjoyed the interactive orals for chapters 2, 8, 9, and 10 which linked the idea of machismo to socialism. When An mentioned in her chapter 2 presentation that Esteban wanted to be machismo, his rejection of socialism became clear to me. Machismo is based in the idea that a man’s strength, power, and control make him worthy, but I didn’t understand how Esteban Trueba was machismo. Yet when I considered that wealth and property conveyed power and control, I finally saw what An was referring to…

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    societies biggest challenge has been the debate between Socialism vs. Capitalism. The effects they bring are both, direct and indirect on everyday lives within the countries that have been faced with these ideologies. Socialism and Capitalism may not share the same ideas but they are both appreciated by the different groups in society. Although Capitalism is pushed by the rich and well off, it is looked down upon by the poor and unlucky. Socialism on the other hand attracts to the people who are…

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    Liberalism, socialism, and nationalism arose during the Industrial Revolution in 19th century Europe. In the wake of revolution, industrialization, social change, and large working classes, ideology served as a blueprint for the interpretation and transformation of society and government. These ideologies not only brought about the rise of the working class and incited reform in Britain but also caused major political change in France. Liberalism’s liberty-based ideas drove revolutions.…

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    which seemed to be colonialism versus anti-colonialism, indeed capitalism versus socialism, is already losing its importance. What matters today, the issue which blocks the horizon, is the need for a redistribution of wealth. Humanity will have to address this question, no matter how devastating the consequences may be.”(Fanon, 53) According to Marx the solution to the capitalist societies that we inhabit is Socialism, by transforming into socialist societies, where wealth is redistributed and…

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    Ayn Rand’s (1905 – 1982) personal philosophy, Objectivism, was directly impacted by the political influences she was exposed to throughout her upbringing, namely Russian socialism and, as an adult, American capitalism. Objectivism holds that: reality exists as an objective absolute, man is an end to himself and his purpose in life lies within satisfying rational self-interests, and laissez-faire capitalism reigns supreme over any other form of economy. She preaches that one must live a “selfish”…

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    novel, Jurgis comes across socialist politics. 5Sinclair introduces socialism in this chapter to show the differences between capitalism and socialism. An introduction of socialism after painting the evil nature of capitalism comes out as a clear remedy for capitalism. 1It easily convinces the reader into like the idea of socialism. Sinclair introduces socialism showing its advantages as opposed to the evils of capitalism. Socialism, unlike capitalism, works with the consideration for everyone.…

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    explained Marx and Engel’s ideology and their vision of socialist and communism. Then I will explain how did Russia revolution happened which diverge from Marx and Engel’s blueprints of revolution to socialist. Such as; the spread of socialism, transition from socialism to communism, which people started the revolution, transition of power and how the revolution came about and the difference in life style that people lived in Russia to what Marx and Engel envision. Marx and Engels, wrote that…

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    There are numerous sorts of financial frameworks utilized all through the world. The frameworks comprise of Capitalism, Communism, Socialism, and Mixed Economy. Capitalism is a business sector based economy that is comprised of purchasers and merchants and/or individuals of private and corporate-claimed organizations. The results of merchandise and administrations are created to make a benefit that is required to be returned to the economy by the spending of the purchasers. The U.S. is thought…

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    From wages to insurance, the economic structure a country practices has a wide range of implications that can vary based on each structure. The three main forms: capitalism, socialism, and mix economies all have costs and benefits when compared to each other. While capitalism focuses on a lack of government interference, socialism completely relies on government regulation. Mix economies take aspects from both. By comparing the United States, a capitalist country, to Sweden, a socialist country,…

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    the problems in a capitalist society be resolved through socialism? The socialist worldview believes in the distribution of wealth, property, and resources according to the desires of the people as a whole. In the novel The Grapes of Wrath, the author John Steinbeck delves into what he believes are the advantages of a socialist society and writes his own thoughts about the problems with capitalism. Steinbeck builds his case for socialism and attacks capitalism through portraying the benefits…

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