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Socialism is the stage between capitalism and communism
You may have capitalist nations with more welfare goodies. However, it would be wrong to call Canada, the UK or Swecden "Socialist Republics", and not only because they all have monarchies! They also have large private businesses and large private property holdings.
You look like one of those handsome Vikings, I wish i looked like you if I was a guy ;)
@Clarence32h Okay, thanks I guess Xd
Bernie Sanders' summer home. Heeeyyyooohhh!C'mon, gimme some...✋✋✋
I actually think women should be more involved with public discourse. However, they need to understand economics and foreign policy, instead of blindly voting democrat. Some men do that too of course.
Nah.. it is YOU who should be stripped of their right to vote. Sill Incel.
If you are really from Russia i'm very proud for the Barbarosa invasion and 20 million communist russians death is a very small number unfortunatly
@Alexandrubaschet08 You will be reported and blocked.
3 communist people will had die in my country if they didn't agree whit this photo.
Evrybody hate you, you have 3 dislikes and just 1 like, so you russian people are the biggest criminals of the world.You should be all exilated in Asia and live Europ forever, hope Russia will alwase be invaded thill the day the capital will fall. @Rachelspiks
because people are not equal
*It could be COMMUNISM too.*
We could go even further. TOTALITARIAN DICTATORSHIP. 😂
I thought Capitalism was an economic term, while Socialism is a political term
In common usage now, both are economic terms, though you could argue it takes a certain worldview an philosophy to embrace a given type of economics, so it could be referred to as more broadly political.But the history of the word capitalism is that it came from socialists. It first referred to a philosophy of concentrating capital in the hands of some, leaving others without (Louis Blanc). Alternatively, "Economic and social regime in which capital, the source of income, does not generally belong to those who make it work through their labor" (Pierre-Joseph Proudhon). I don't think either accurately represents "capitalism" as most people refer to it today, but it is a socialist word."Free enterprise" or "economic liberty" are terms with better encapsulate what today's "capitalists" think, and controlling or manipulating language is a common tactic we observe from the more modern philosophies which derive themselves from socialism, e. g Critical Race Theory.Falling into those traps is to be losing ground, don't get twisted up by their word games. When I choose to say "free enterprise", that's me taking a stance that rejects socialist assertions and control of the language -- and hence, thought.