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  1. Marxist roots
  2. Utopian roots: Utopian socialist
  3. bourgeoisie
  4. democratic socialism
  5. The ideals of communism: dictatorship of the proletariat
  1. a social class composed of modern capitalists, owners of means of social production and employers of wage labor.
  2. b Karl Marx: ethical concerns but had problematice views: science vs. religion
    -violence lack of democratic commitment
    -question of minority right (voting)
    -classless society: communism emerge
  3. c Politically: popular constitutional rules and rights
    Economically: cooperate ownership: give workers power and say.
    Socially: opportunity to fulfill potential.
  4. d rule, which may sometimes be coercive, by the over-whelming majority of workers in their own self-interest.
  5. e (19th century appearance) stressed cooperation and underscored the possibilities of using education to change the social/economic environment.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a belief in human equality, especially as it relates to social, political and economic right and privileges- as a political goal "human equality"
  2. major societal change arising from the clash of two opposing ideas, forces or social contractions.
  3. contradictions that generate change
    (1) exploited workers: overthrow exploiters
    (2) operates in faulty way: catastrophic depressions
  4. "From each according to his ability; to each according to his work". Goods would continue to be distributed according to the amount each person did.
  5. Master Theoretician
    the principle due to historical development lay in the material forces- economic forces
    Evolutionary, open and democratic

5 True/False Questions

  1. MAO ZEDONGFounder of Chinese Communism
    Continuing Revolution (greater control, economic, agricultural and industry) and Cultural Revolution (resolving contradictions in Chinese society) to move toward an egalitarian, classless society.

          

  2. Communist motto:"From each according to his ability; to each according to his needs" (prosper individually/economically)

          

  3. mixed economyFounder of Chinese Communism
    Continuing Revolution (greater control, economic, agricultural and industry) and Cultural Revolution (resolving contradictions in Chinese society) to move toward an egalitarian, classless society.

          

  4. Criticism of Democratic Socialism-Global economy: political/economic inequalities btw ppl (and nations)
    -EQUALITY: address inequalities of wealth
    -middle ground: capitalism/communism
    -freedom and economic well being come together

          

  5. Utopian roots: utopia(19th century appearance) stressed cooperation and underscored the possibilities of using education to change the social/economic environment.

          

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