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  • Political Parties & Movements
  • Socialism
    • Advocates public or direct worker ownership of the means of production
    • All resources owned by the state
    • Equal access to resources for all individuals
    • Believes capitalism unfairly concentrates power and wealth among a small segment of society
    • Tiered system of social classes
    • No private property
    • 1984 – George Orwell
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  • Socialism
    • “A government that is capable of giving you all that you need is powerful enough to take everything you have.”
  • Communism
    • A nation in which the government owns large industries/businesses, and land
    • The goal is to produce a classless society
    • Based on common ownership
    • Origin: 19 th Century, Western Europe
    • Examples: China & Russia
    • Famous Names
      • Joseph Stalin
  • Communist Leaders
    • MARX
    • LENIN
    • STALIN
    • CASTRO
    • PING
  • Fascism
    • Believe that nations are in perpetual conflict
    • Only the strong can survive
    • “Single-Party State”
      • Forbids and suppresses openness and opposition to the fascist movement
    • Authoritarian movement that ruled Italy from 1922-1943
  • Most Notable…
    • Benito Mussolini
    • Adolf Hitler
  • Nazi Party
    • A totalitarian ideology
    • Is considered a form of fascism
    • Included left wing and right wing politics
    • January, 1919 – The party formed under the name of “German Workers’ Party” by Anton Drexler
    • Hitler joined in September of that year
    • Published Mein Kampf (My Struggle)
  • Nazi Party
    • As Hitler came up through the ranks to become the leader
    • The party took on his own beliefs
    • Three basic ideals
      • Social Darwinism (competition)
      • Anti-Semitism
      • Germany needed to acquire land from Russia
  • Green Movement
    • Places high importance on environmental goals
    • Grassroots groups
    • Early 1980’s