Huh
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Huh asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 month ago

What is the difference between capitalism, socialism, and chicken?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Capitalism is a dying and unfair concept in the United States. Socialism is a concept that might work with certain parameters. And chicken is best served barbecued.

  • sarah
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Canada is a very good example.  They do not have big insurance companies who cheat people and are corrupt.  They pay the doctors so that unnecessary surgerys are not done.    We have busineesses in Canada that are very good.  They have good wages, social security and health care.  America has big businesses who own everything and let the people starve.

  • 1 month ago

    --  You can eat Chicken while the other two are economic systems.

    --  Capitalism is the "Ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange by the rich minority for their own wealth creation".  Ordinary people live on low wages and poor working conditions creating wealth for the rich. Under capitalism people are paid according to their abilities.

    --  Communism is an economic theory that can never exist at a national level, only in small tribal settings, because people are too greedy, selfish and self-centred to allow communism to exist.

    --  The correct Marxist definition of communism is -- "the ownership by the majority, through the government, of the means of production, distribution and exchange. It is also where people are paid according to their needs".

    --  The correct Marxist definition of socialism is -- " a socio-economic system which is the very slow transition from capitalism to communism, taking 100 or more years to achieve, if ever".  People are still paid according to their ability throughout the transition. Also, it is not until the middle of the transition that we find the government owning large, and some small, companies.

    @Zirp -- You are still using the inaccurate part definition of communism as the definition of socialism. You are also leaving out the "distribution and exchange" elements of the definition of communism.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    In Capitalism, profits take priority, and the means of production are owned by private people.

    Everybody except the rich has to compete for jobs. Prices and wages are determined by supply-and-demand

    In Socialism, the means of production are owned by people's/ workers' collectives, and the needs of the people take priority over making a profit. Everybody who wants a job is entitled to one. People are paid according to their own work. In the warsaw-pact this meant that miners got paid more per hour than doctors

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  • 1 month ago

    Chicken tastes much better.  You don't get meat with Communism and you can only have meat once a week with Socialism.

    But, you can have all the bugs you want.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You can eat a chicken.

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