Topics: Capitalism, Communism, Property Pages: 3 (933 words) Published: January 6, 2013
In a world where freedom is appreciated and everyone is treated equally, it is essential for people to depend on themselves to make it in today’s world. Hence; “Survival of the Fittest”. This means that in order to succeed, people must rely on their own self to push themselves to dedicate their time wisely to create a better future for them and the generations to come. A capitalist country allows people to be innovative and create new idealistic ideas that push forth the nation to come to a better economic standing. On the contrary, communism, a theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, that aims for a classless and stateless society structured upon common ownership of the means of production, free access to articles of consumption, and the end of wage labor and private property in the means of production and real estate. By far, Capitalism has a leading authority due to its system and its respect to human dignity, the environment, allocating resources and positively impacting national wealth. Human dignity is one of the most important traits we look for as being humans ourselves. This being said, capitalism gives us the opportunity to better our self and gain so much more out of the work we put into what we do. While communism disables to give people freedom at all. Capitalism actually encourages freedom to everyone allowing them to do what they want in a free market, allowing them to capitalize on opportunity and be creative as they can. Capitalism lets every human form their own opinion on how businesses should be run and most importantly have a say. It is also visibly one of the most productive ways to gain success by becoming wealthy. For example, William Henry “Bill” Gates is the second richest man in the world with a net worth of $61.0 billion, due to his program software Microsoft. However if he lived in a communist country, this would not have been possible due to the fact that he would not have been even...
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