Economic Utopian Revolution Essay

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During the late 1700s - 1900 the idea of utopian change how people think and how the economics changes and the government. The government were ruled by monarchies used an economic system based on the concept of Feudalism. People look for other economic system. The idea of utopian was an idea that supposed to change the world. As economic utopian ideologies emerged from the late 1700s - 1900 powerful governments, such as capitalism, socialism & communism often came into direct conflict and influenced world politics. John Locke’s natural right theory: life, liberty, and property, could have influenced individuals all around the world. That leads to Capitalism, more competitions, more private ownership. According to John Locke theory people…show more content…
It inevitable struggle between social classes would lead to the creation of a classless society where all means of production would be owned by the community. The idea of Communism is that workers earn wages in the industrial and agricultural sectors. Individual worker rights are secondary to the importance of the state. The government acts as the facilitator for the community and controls all the wealth and there will be not private ownership which means that all the profits that are earned by the workers will return to the community for equal distribution. Marx’s view is to have a classless society. Capitalism and Communism can not be coexist because they are two different thing. I think that Capitalism is the best. The owner will alway get most of the profit and everyone is trying to be a owner if it is a Communist the owner will get the same profit as workers then why be a owner when you get pay the same. Everyone is equal then no one is going to a owner and there will be no jobs. As economic utopian ideologies emerged from the late 1700s - 1900 powerful governments, such as capitalism, socialism & communism often came into direct conflict and influenced world
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