Why socialism matters

Rose Browning

Rich or poor, worker or manager, grass roots or higher authority, we’re all people. Whether you choose to acknowledge it or not. Although money is always the focus; the end goal, people are the fuel of business and economic expansion; without workers, the system dissolves, and socialism supports the economic and social rights of these at the grass root level of society by allowing them a fair distribution wealth. On the other hand, capitalism is not controlled by the state, but rather private owners for profit, meaning the wealth distribution is regulated by an individual, rather than the community as a whole, and often the higher powers exploit their workers. Capitalism may have economic benefits, such as freedom from government price control and growth due to the incentive for individual company owners to increase productivity as they’re in control of their profit, however what good is a thriving economy in a…

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Hi! I'm Rae. 23. Avid Reader, Book Blogger. Intersectional Feminist. Gryffindor.

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