Margaret Thatcher, in a television interview for Thames TV This Week on February 5, 1976. Prime Minister Thatcher said, "...and Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They [socialists] always run out of other people's money. It's quite a characteristic of them." It has been popularly paraphrased in various forms: * "The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money [to spend]." * "The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." * "Eventually, socialists run out of other peoples' money [to spend]."
The philosophy of communism is basically against human nature. Under it most people were unproductive. Socialism is a wonderful idea until you run out of other peoples money.
Just keep dueling them until they give it to you.
I'm afraid that all of your muscles are protagonistic to you until you get certain diseases. Of course, other peoples' muscles can be highly antagonistic to you.
hi you do a trade with someone and you ask them to give you money thruogh a trade if they say yes click on them and find make a trade then wait for them to accept it when they do look until they put the amount of money you want then accept it by puting a check in the AGREE button now you're done.
You will have to have a parent's name on the account until you are 18. Other than that, you need to have money for the account.
They used grain or jewelry as money, trading and selling for other goods/items. Yes, but not until the Late period. Then, they used debens.
After the Civil War many were left crippled or widowed and had no means of earning a living for themselves. As a result, people began to wonder if the government could be used as an agency of social welfare (AKA socialism)
He lead the Comanche Tribe when he was old enough. His tribe considered him a great leader. He lead his tribe from 1867 until 1875.
Subway gift cards do not have money on them until you put money on it. Most gift cards are this way. They are "blank" until you pay for them and put money on them.
she gives u money until you are 16, im 17
Shell belts used as money were called wampums -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- While the Native people did not use wampums as money originally, when Europeans came to the Americas, they realized the importance of wampum to Native people and soon, they were trading wampum shells with the native peoples of New England and New York. The New England colonies demonetized wampum in 1663, but it continued as currency in New York until 1673. Other cultures also used shells as money - see the related link below.
Yes, Stalin was socialist because socialism was the economic and governmental system he believed in and kept in place in the Soviet Union. His main philosophy was to establish "socialism in one country." He was a "communist" in the sense that he believed in the ideas of Karl Marx and that socialism should replace capitalism so that communism could eventually replace socialism. Stalin would never have allowed true communism to develop in the Soviet Union, because true communism has no government. according to Karl Marx. Even Marx said that it would take generations of life under socialism, before socialism evolved into capitalism and that socialism would have to be forced upon the people for that time until all vestiges of capitalist thought were wiped out.
Publix is an employee-owned company. They do not expand until they have the money to do so without borrowing it the way most other companies do. When they have the money, they'll think about expanding out of the Deep South.
The Germanic people used money to trade with other tribes. It was in the form of gold or jewelry. Actual coins did not come about until they began to deal with Roman society.
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Up until the Babylonian's time, money was live animals, skins, things from crops and other things that you could trade. The Babylonians created a system of money that was based on weight. One unit was called minna.
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the soviet union collapsed in 1991. Russia had Communism until a few years ago, now there a mix of democracy and socialism
I don't know what time period you are asking about, but socialism didn't exist until the 1950's.
if you rob a bank it is your money until you get caught.
No you will not get it until you have money to pay.
Although the French revolution was in many ways a horrible event, with many innocent people being killed, it was in a way the beginning of socialism, as can be seen in the revolutionary motto, liberty, equality, fraternity. This advocates that all men should be free, equal, and should consider themselves to be brothers, which is a very socialist idea (women were not included until much later - socialism predates feminism).
Trotsky's policy, or philosophy about communism was permanent revolution. That meant that there should be communist revolution everywhere all the time until communism was the dominant system. This was distinguished from Joseph Stalin's idea of establishing socialism in one country first then in other countries.
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