5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- MAO ZEDONG
- Socialist motto:
- The ideals of communism: materialism
- Criticism of Democratic Socialism
- a -too much power: enemy of LIBERTY
-gov limitations: private enterprise: destroy freedom
-enterprise deteriorate: crushes incentive
-kills capitalism: cannot coexist
-must destroy cap: bourgeoisie
- b Founder 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.
- c "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.
- d is the belief that a society's economic structure-mode of production, constitutes the foundation upon which that society's superstructure of law, politics, ethics, religion, philosophy, ideology and art are built.
- e all people share equally in controlling the production and exchange of things of economic and social value. FREEDOM & JUSTICE. Public ownership of property/means of production. Focused on proletariat.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Master Theoretician
the principle due to historical development lay in the material forces- economic forces
Evolutionary, open and democratic
- Master Revolutionary Strategist and Tactician
-politically, autocratic, economically backward state
-revolutionary interpretation of Marx
-one party state, conspiratorial and dictatorship
-violent revolution-smashed bourgeoisie
- oppressed workers, the class of modern wage laborers.
(2) revol. dictatorship of pro.
Material conditions necessary
- dynamic of economic conflict (p/b)
5 True/False questions
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
Utopian roots: Utopian socialist → (19th century appearance) stressed cooperation and underscored the possibilities of using education to change the social/economic environment.
Marxist roots → 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
Communist motto: → "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.
The ideals of communism: dialectical change → major societal change arising from the clash of two opposing ideas, forces or social contractions.