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1002 Class Notes - I A B Socialism and Liberalism...

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I. Socialism and Liberalism A. Relationship to the Enlightenment, to the French Revolution B. Socialism v. Liberalism: Discussion of “utopian socialist” Big Idea Social Group Ideology Bourgeoisie Liberalism and Nationalism Working Class Socialism ad Internationalism Communism: abolition of Private property Socialism and liberalism are constantly in political conflict. However, they are both the product of Enlightenment and the French Revolution. I. Definition of Socialism ( term come in place around1830s) : concern with deeper equality then liberalism II. Similarities compare to liberalism? A. Both believe in progress B. Both believe in reason (efficient, clear, and rational system. Ex. Division of States in France) C. Both believe in the power of Industrial Revolution: the ability to create wealth Socialist want to distribute the power and wealth created by technology Liberalist want to go with the flow D. Both condemn of Old Regime E. Anti-nobility and anti- estate F. Overcoming nature:
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