Communist, Socialist, and Capitolist Society’s

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  1. Communist, Socialist, and Capitalist Society’s.

    Slide 1 - Communist, Socialist, and Capitalist Society’s.

  2. There are no pure economic society’s.

    Slide 2 - There are no pure economic society’s.

  3.                                                        n‘’To each according to his needs,’’-Louis Blanc

    Slide 3 - n‘’To each according to his needs,’’-Louis Blanc

    • Communism
    • The first type of society is a communist society. All power and entrepreneurship lies with the government. In a communist society they believe in absolute equality. In order to achieve absolute equality communists believe that everyone should be paid according to their needs.
  4.           Examples of Communist Countries

    Slide 4 - Examples of Communist Countries

    • 1. China
    • 2. Cuba
    • 3. North Korea
    • 4. Laos
    • 5. Vietnam
  5. Socialism- Common Ownership

    Slide 5 - Socialism- Common Ownership

    • Socialism is almost like a mixture of communism and capitalism. The
    • government controls the larger industry's like oil and gas, but there are still
    • privately owned businesses and corporations. Socialists believe if a certain
    • item (like oil and gas) impact everyone, then everyone has a right to put in a
    • say on how it should be used and what it should go towards. Some examples of socialist country’s are Sweden, Belgium, and Canada.
  6.                          Capitalism

    Slide 6 - Capitalism

    • Capitalism is when all company's and services are
    • provided by private industry’s rather than a state.
    • In a society completely capitalist there would be no
    • public schools, protection, or health care. In a capitalist
    • society you work for a certain company and therefore pay
    • for the services of other company’s out of your wages.
  7. All economic society’s have the same common goal and that is to provide for their society's people, no one way is wrong.

    Slide 7 - All economic society’s have the same common goal and that is to provide for their society's people, no one way is wrong.

  8.                          Bibliography

    Slide 8 - Bibliography

    • Peerform. "Top 10 Most Socialist Countries in the World - Peerform Blog."Peerform Peer to Peer Lending Blog RSS. N.p., 06 Dec. 2012. Web. 18 Feb. 2015. <http://blog.peerform.com/top-ten- most-socialist-countries-in-the-world/>.
    • Boundless. "The Communist Economic System - Boundless Open Textbook."Boundless. N.p., 14 Nov. 2014. Web. 17 Feb. 2015. <https://www.boundless.com/business/textbooks/boundless- business-textbook/economics-and-business-2/businesses-under- communist-systems-31/the-communist-economic-system-165- 3165/>.
    • "What Is Socialism?" Admin. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2015. <http://www.worldsocialism.org/english/what-socialism>.