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The Rise of Socialist Thought

The Rise of Socialist Thought

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Simchongyang28177Patrick ling 27941Tiu cheeyang 28553Lim Yung Foo26741Amy Hii25884YiiPei Fang 28696
 
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Theindustrialrevolutionshatteredthesecurityoftheoldagricultural-village-handicraft.
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Politicalrightsforwageearnersdidnotexist,andunionswereillegal.
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 JohnStuartMillbelievedthatwithoutmechanicalinventions,theystillliveindrudgeryandimprisonmentsituation.
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This backdrop call for economic reform ²the concept that the bestgovernment is the one that interferes least in the economy.
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historians conclude that the rise of Marxian socialism was givenadditional force by the failure of earlier, more moderate socialiststo persuade industrialists to join in humanitarian movements
 
Utopian
D
ates from 1800 withHenri Comte de Saint-Simon,Charles Fourier, andRobert Owenas key figures.
They developed their ideas at a time when theindustrial workers were still weak.
Regarded competitive market as unjust andirrational.
Worked out concepts of perfect social arrangement.
Preached universal togetherness rather thanstruggle

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