Capitalism: class society, production for sale, oppressive state. Socialism: no classes, no state, production for use.
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There is very little Difference. Fascism and socialism are more like Rival such as Gator Football and Florida State Football. They hate each other but they are still just two football teans with a different idea on how to play the game. Fascism is Socialism with Private Property. Private property that is under total Control by the state. Socialism is the Trunk of the tree. It's Branches are Fascism, Communism, Marxism, and dictators.
Fascism is a politcal force that is utilised by the capitalists in times of crisis specifically to defend and protect capitalism, even if some individual capitalists do not like it. It does not allow for capitalism to continue to exist, it defends it so that it may exist.
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The term capitalism was invented by Karl Marx. Most people use it today to mean free enterprise. I prefer the term freedom but I will use capitalism here. Under Communism the government owns and controls the means of production. Under Capitalism or free enterprise the people own and control the means of production. Under fascism the people retain ownership but the government takes over controls.
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Capitalism involves wage labour and production for profit. That applies to all forms of capitalism, whether ‘pure’ or ‘modified’.
the major difference between the two is mercantalism is based around the government and capitalism around the individual. Mercantalism depends on a trading market of exporting more than importing to increase the gold and silver of a country. Capitalism has supply and demand.
Yes, in that Fascism may be (loosely) defined as totalitarian Capitalism.
No, but fascism is doing quite well under the current regime.
A Totalitarianism regime is controlled by an individual that makes most of the decisions while fascism government is controlled through propaganda and a political party
Yes. China has many State Capitalist Enterprises (a characteristic of fascism). Freedom of expression is highly restricted ( a characteristic of authoritarian governments.)
In Democracy, the people control the government. In Fascism, the government controls the people.
Capitalism is an economic system, fasism is a poltical system. There have been times in the recent history of capitalism where a bourgeois democratic state is no longer able to protect capitalism, in these times it has been necessary for fascists to assume power to do what bourgeois democracy could not.
Singapore is Authoritarian-capitalism Korea is authoritarian- socialism
Neither, really. Mussolini was a fascist, so he wouldn't have promised to free Italy from fascism. He did dislike capitalism, but under his fascist government, he used a form of economics called "corporatism", which was, simply put, a cooperation between government and corporations, with them working together to rule the economy. Hitler was the leader of the Nazis, and Nazism is somewhat similar to Fascism. So Hitler made no promises to free Germany from Fascism. Hitler openly disliked economics, and didn't really care about them; however, he disliked Western capitalism, mainly because he believed that it was dominated by Jewish people. His economic policies were to largely maintain capitalism in Germany, except that he removed "foreigners", especially Jews, from the economy as much as possible. So you could make the argument that they promised to get rid of capitalism, but in reality, neither actually did a lot to truly get rid of it.
Under capitalism, a small class of capitalists own the resources (land, machinery etc), while most people have to work for a wage. In Communism, the resources belong to everyone and are used to meet human need.
The main difference between Capitalism and Command economy is that capitalism involved private enterprises where businesses are owned by private individuals while comman economies have public enterprises where the governemnt controls things including businesses and production. A command economy is much more government controlled while a capitalism (or market economy) has much less government intervention. -dylan-
A welfare state is a maintenance of capitalism with some social benefits not subject to the profit motive. Socialism replaces capitalism with a system of social ownership of the economy.
It depends on whether the means of production are owned by the state (state capitalism) or by private capitalists (private capitalism). Free enterprise is a largely mythical variety of private capitalism.
Fascism is the most common form of socialism, similar to and competing with communism. They differ in that communism severely limits private ownership of means of production, while fascism does allow private ownership of means of production but severely restricts private companies with laws and regulations. While both fascism and communism in their pure form (Soviet Union, Mussolini's Italy) are severely restrictive, totalitarian states, most current governments are diluted with capitalism as the unique success of capitalism in the United States early years created prosperity as never before seen.
Capitalism encourages competition among businesses; communist societies have little or no competition.
Anarchy is the belief that all rules and government should be abolished. Fascism is a type of government.