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46.In the early twentieth century, the socialist ideology split into two broad camps and the people who believed that socialism could be achieved only through violent revolution and totalitarian dictatorship were referred to as: A. communists. B. capitalists. C. democrats. D. individualists. E. anarchists.
47._____ attempt to achieve the same ideologies as that of the communists without violent revolution and totalitarian dictatorship.
48.Which of the following is inconsistent with the Marxist philosophy?
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49.Which of the following is true about communism?
50.The sale of state-owned enterprises to independent, nonpublic investors is referred to as: A. privatization. B. nationalization. C. collectivism. D. communalism. E. public action.
51.Which of the following can be traced to the ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle?
52. The Cedian government believes that its citizens should have complete freedom in their economic and political pursuits, and the Cedian ideology is "private profit over public good." In this context, it can be said that Cedia most likely follows the philosophy of:
53._____ argued that private property is more highly productive than communal property and will thus stimulate progress.
54.In the context of individualism, which of the following is inconsistent with the works of the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle? A. Guaranteeing individual freedom B. Government dictating what is in best interest of society C. Guaranteeing self-expression D. Committing to private ownership E. Treating individual diversity as desirable

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