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Muammar al-Qaddafi's Green Book Part 2

Muammar al-Qaddafi's Green Book Part 2

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Published by Simon Kaiwai
Muammar al-Qaddafi's Green Book Part 2
Exposes the mind and intentions of a strong leader who flew in the face of the demonic system
Muammar al-Qaddafi's Green Book Part 2
Exposes the mind and intentions of a strong leader who flew in the face of the demonic system

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Published by: Simon Kaiwai on Oct 25, 2011
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The Green Book: Part Two
Muammar Al QathafiTHE GREEN BOOKPart TwoThe Solution of theECONOMIC PROBLEM'Socialism'
Table of Contents
1.The Economic Basis of the Third Universal Theory 2.Need 3.Land 4.Domestic Servants 
Chapter One
THE ECONOMIC BASISOF THE THIRDUNIVERSAL THEORYImportant historical developmentshave taken place which contribute tosolving the problem of work andwages, i.e. the relationship betweenthe workers and the employers, be-tween the producers and the owners.The developments include fixed work-ing-hours, wages for additional work,different types of leave, minimumwages, profit sharing and participationin administration. In addition, arbit-rary dismissal has been outlawed andsocial security has been guaranteed,along with the right to strike andwhatever other provisions are found inalmost all modern labour laws. Of noless significance are the changes in thefield of ownership such as the emerg-ence of systems limiting income oroutlawing private ownership andtransferring it to the state.Despite all these not inconsiderabledevelopments in the history of theeconomic problem, nevertheless the[3]problem still basically exists. The |Partners notmodifications, improvements, provi- |wage-workerssions and other measures have madethe problem less severe than it was inpast centuries by gaining many advan-tages for the workers. Yet, the econo-mic problem has not been solved. Allthe attempts which have concentratedon ownership have not solved the prob-lem of producers. They are still wage-workers, even when ownership hasbeen transferred from the extremeright to the extreme left or has beengiven various intermediate positions.Attempts to improve wages are asimportant as those which lead to thetransference of ownership. The be-nefits received by workers, guaran-teed by legislation and protected by

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