Communist Manifesto C. 3 and 4: Dennis J. Quinn

These chapters’ further address the theory, policy and practice in which Communism would be based. It discusses the issues within Capitalism and the necessary transitional social state between Capitalism and Communism, which is called Socialism. The definition of socialism is a political and economic theory of social organization that advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community as a whole. In Socialists parties, of for example Europe, the party generally becomes democratic. These theories still seem to be better on paper than applied to the natural states and behaviors of humankind. It is because of mans desire and need for independence that greed and power become the fuel that capitalism seems to work off of. It is hard, but ideal to imagine the world with resources evenly distributed and properties undivided and owned by everyone. I doubt America would ever become Communist, but certain theories like the spread of wealth sound nice. The struggle to survive will be difficult no matter what policy is in place because that is a law of nature. If does become easy we need to be weary.

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