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philosophy. The state must gain glory through constant conquest, aka war.
Belief that the past was glorious, and that the State can be renewed.
From each according to his ability, to
each according to his contribution. Emphasis on profit being distributed
among the society or workforce in addition to receiving a wage.
system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly oppressing
opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry and emphasizing an
A theory or system of social
organization based on the holding of most property in common, with actual
ownership ascribed to the workers
One charismatic leader has absolute
authority. Often the symbol of the state.
Multiple parties, but the ruling party
usually goes by the name "Socialist".
Strict class structure believed
necessary to prevent chaos. Everyone has a specific, defined role. While a
certain race is considered superior, individuality among members of that race
Class distinctions are diminished
Focused on glorifying and
strengthening the State. Both Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany attempted to
Wealth redistributed so that everyone
in society is given somewhat equal shares
of the benefits derived from labor, but people can earn more if they work
harder. Means of production are controlled by the workers themselves.
The individual is considered
meaningless; they must be dedicated to the power of the State. Traditional gender roles are upheld.
All choices, including education, religion, employment
and marriage, are up to the individual.
All health care and education is provided
free to everybody
Union between businesses and the
State, with the state telling the business what to do, with private
ownership. Also Known as National-Socialism.
All people should be given an equal
opportunity to succeed. Workers should have most say in their factory's management.
The free market suffers from problems like
tragedy of the commons. Government regulation is necessary.
two kinds of property, private
property, such as land, houses, clothing,
etc. owned by the individual. Public property, factories, and means of
production owned by the state but with worker control
Against any kind of religion except
Nationalism – worship of the State.
freedom of religion
People control businesses properly,
but Government makes business decisions.
Planned-Socialism relies principally
on planning to determine investment and
production decisions. Planning may be centralized or decentralized.
Market-socialism relies on markets for
allocating capital to different socially-owned enterprises.
Belief in one superior race. Blames
society’s problems on members of other races or social groups.
The people are considered equal, laws
are made when necessary to protect people from discrimination
Democratic Socialism, Communism,
Libertarian Socialism, Anarchism, Syndicalism
Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler
Robert Owen, Pierre Leroux, Karl Marx,
Fredrick Engels, John Stuart Mill, Albert Einstein, George Bernard Shaw, Leo
Tolstoy, Emma Goldman
Means of control:
Force and national fanaticism through
Proletariat engages in taking charge
of the factories and means of production.