Key terms

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Utopian socialism
An economic system based on the premise that if capital voluntarily surrendered its ownership of the means of production to the state or the workers, unemployment and poverty would be abolished. It was advocated by Johann Fichte and Robert.
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Fraternity and Cooperation
Humans are tied together by a collective bond of common humanity or fraternity. Cooperation-Natural relationship among humans is cooperation. Socialists believe that humans can be motivated by moral incentives and not merely material incentives.
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Class
Factions society advocates upon its citizens due to their wealth and status.
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Social justice
Marxists believe that the distribution of wealth cannot occur under capitalism as it relies on incentives and inequalities Moderate socialists believed it can work with capitalism e.g. minimum wage higher taxation of the rich.
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common ownership
Often traced the origins of competition and inequality to the institution of private property, by which they usually mean productive wealth or ‘capital’.
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Capitalism
Capitalism affords economic freedom, consumer choice, and economic growth.
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Fundamentalist socialism
A form of socialism that seeks to abolish capitalism and replace it with a qualitatively diff. kind of society.
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Class consciousness
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Revisionist socialism
A form of socialism that has revised its critique of capitalism + seeks to reconcile greater social justice with surviving capitalist forms.
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Keynesian economics
Keynesian economics (also called Keynesianism) describes the economics theories of John Maynard Keynes. ... Keynes said capitalism is a good economic system. In a capitalist system, people earn money from their work.
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Humans are tied together by a collective bond of common humanity or fraternity. Cooperation-Natural relationship among humans is cooperation. Socialists believe that humans can be motivated by moral incentives and not merely material incentives.

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Fraternity and Cooperation

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Factions society advocates upon its citizens due to their wealth and status.

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Marxists believe that the distribution of wealth cannot occur under capitalism as it relies on incentives and inequalities Moderate socialists believed it can work with capitalism e.g. minimum wage higher taxation of the rich.

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Often traced the origins of competition and inequality to the institution of private property, by which they usually mean productive wealth or ‘capital’.

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