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Industrial Rev


Utopian Socialism Robert Owen. there was no need for violence. the creation of small societies
Lassalian Socialism abolishment of private property, freedom of rights through democratic means
Scientific Socialism Marx and Angles, revolution and violence. communism was deterministic and necessary to have an irreconcilable class struggle and violent overthrow of the proletariat. take away private property
Fabian Socialism Edward Bernstein, Most negotiable/ reasonable. social democracy to
Socialism A political and economic theory of that advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned
Marx Socialism A transitional social state between the overthrow of capitalism and the realization of communism
1. hegelian dialect a prevailing ideal (thesis), opposed by an ideal (antithesis), with the result of an anti-thesis
2. Dialectical materialism slaveholding, feudalism, bourgeoisie commercialism, capitalism, socialism, communism
3. class stugle the dominant class will be overthrown: slaveholders (slaves), feudal lords (serfs), capitalists (workers)
4. inevitable revolution economic depression and the working class carries out a revolution. dictatorship of the proletariat will establish a socialist gov't and wipe out capitalism
5. Communism private property, ending crime, injustice, utopia will result
Fascism led by one leader and party, condemned democracy, support state-sponsored capitalism, aggressive nationalism, education
communism dictatorship of the proletariat, condemned capitalism, state ownership of production, glorified the working class, control of the media
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