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Marxist points of view on the Soviet Communist economic system and the manifestation of egalitarianism in post-communist economic reform

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According to communist literature socialism has been established in the former Soviet Union and other communist countries. Demonstrates that the system of any of these countries according to Marxist-Leninist ideology can be classed as state monopolistic feudalism. Among Soviet Communist values egalitarianism holds a very special position, although it is a more general phenomenon and can also be found in a capitalist system. Reveals in post-communist economic reforms, and particularly in the process of privatization, the idea of egalitarianism is very popular. According to this view the government has to give everyone equal opportunities. Such an approach resulted in inflation, a marked increase in the difference between rich and poor, and the abolition of equal opportunities.
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Keywords: Capitalism; Equal Opportunities; Marxian Economics; Socialism

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 1995

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