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Capitalism vs Socialism

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Essay question: What is the best policy for any country: capitalism or socialism? Introduction:
Thesis statement: It is much better to live in the country where the gap between poor and rich people is sharply noticeable, than to know that a person will never differ from the mass of people or feel a real freedom in his/her own country.

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A. Capitalistic policy gives an equal opportunity to everyone to become a wealthy person. * Person can have his own business and develop it in the future. * The nation becomes rich
B. Market economy is the base of capitalism.
* Foreign investments
* Business cycle.
C. Advantages of capitalist mode showed by Adam Smith.
D. Socialism lost its popularity in the last century
Conclusion

Policy is a very difficult question that concerns all people in the world. There are many countries with different policies, but the political war between socialism and capitalism worries most governments in the world. Socialism is not as popular as capitalism, because this system lost its great popularity last century. The main idea of socialism is working for some group of people. Consequently, if you work this way you cannot be an entrepreneur nor have your own business. Socialistic government will never allow it. In such policy a person cannot be regarded as hard working, if this person works for him/herself, because someone’s work is only appreciated when this person works in some group and this work is directed to society’s benefit. Even though many people can say that capitalistic way of living, is very cruel because one of the rules of capitalism is “the most powerful will survive”, capitalism is a system that gives more freedom to people and day by day is increasing its popularity. So, there is a widespread opinion, that it is much better to live in the country where the gap between poor and rich people is sharply noticeable, than to know that a person will never differ from the mass...