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  1. The ideals of communism: class struggle
  2. Utopian roots: Utopian socialist
  3. democratic socialism
  4. Historical Materialism: Revolutionary Action
  5. The ideals of communism: dialectical change
  1. a change/permanent
    (1) overthrow
    (2) revol. dictatorship of pro.
    (3) communism
    Material conditions necessary
  2. b Politically: popular constitutional rules and rights
    Economically: cooperate ownership: give workers power and say.
    Socially: opportunity to fulfill potential.
  3. c (19th century appearance) stressed cooperation and underscored the possibilities of using education to change the social/economic environment.
  4. d dynamic of economic conflict (p/b)
  5. e major societal change arising from the clash of two opposing ideas, forces or social contractions.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. rule, which may sometimes be coercive, by the over-whelming majority of workers in their own self-interest.
  2. one that provides social services to ensure a better family life, healthcare, and housing; protection against unemployment; and security in old age.
  3. one in which both public and private control of industries adheres.
  4. Master Revolutionary Strategist and Tactician
    -politically, autocratic, economically backward state
    -revolutionary interpretation of Marx
    -one party state, conspiratorial and dictatorship
    -democratic centralism
    -violent revolution-smashed bourgeoisie
  5. 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.

5 True/False questions

  1. KARL MARXa belief in human equality, especially as it relates to social, political and economic right and privileges- as a political goal "human equality"


  2. Socialist 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.


  3. V.I LENIN: democratic centralismcalled for intraparty democracy at the top level of leadership and subordination of the lower levels of the party of that elite.


  4. Marxist roots"From each according to his ability; to each according to his needs" (prosper individually/economically)


  5. bourgeoisiesocial class composed of modern capitalists, owners of means of social production and employers of wage labor.