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Many monastic or cathedral schools later became which of the following? churches museums universities private mansions
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In what way was Marxism different from the socialism advocated by Owens and Fourier? Owens and Fourier believed that the working masses were being exploited by Capitalism. Marx described a system where the bourgeois capitalists were the tools of revolution. Owens and Fourier thought that the capitalist system would bring about revolution. Marx advocated the use of utopian communities and social reforms to create a classless society.
Weegy: d) Marx advocated the use of utopian communities and social reforms to create a classless society User: Which of the following is a true statement? Socialists like Adam Smith believed the competition typical of capitalism was wasteful. Capitalists like Thomas Malthus believed poverty could be entirely eliminated from society. Socialists like Robert Owen favored a more even distribution of income. Marxists like David Ricardo argued that wages vary inversely with profits. Weegy: Socialists like Adam Smith believed the competition typical of capitalism was wasteful. User: "To save the Russian commune, a Russian revolution is needed." Who is most likely to have made this statement? Robert Owen Adam Smith Charles Fourier Karl Marx Weegy: Karl Marx is most likely to have made this statement " To save the Russian commune, a Russian revolution is needed." User: Which of the following systems advocates that the suffering of the worker should be made lighter through intervention by the government? Capitalism Socialism Communism Laissez-faire Weegy: 1. socialism User: Use the following excerpt from Wealth Of Nations to answer the question below: "The statesman who should attempt to direct private people in what manner they ought to employ their capitals, would not only load himself with a most unnecessary attention, but assume an authority which could safely be trusted, not only to no single person, but to no council or senate whatever, and which would nowhere be so dangerous as in the hands of a man who had folly and presumption enough to fancy himself fit to exercise it." How does the view expressed in this excerpt compare with communist ideology? Both believe in the private ownership of capital and distribution of resources. Both disagree with the state playing a large role in determining the path of economy. This view differs from communism because it argues against government control of the economy. This view ... (More)
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