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Lecture 15

AN110 Lecture 15: Capitalism vs Society

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Capitalism vs Society Wednesday, November 25, 2015 12:55 PM Wastage, the extremes of goodwill vs Pilling up one despite others in need. Capitalism believe so strongly in the individual despite everything else everything will come out good. Capitilasim is power from below while communism is power form above Capitalism critics Many of the critics of capitalism have come from within a wide and diverse group of scholars and others who do not necessarily object to its broader traditions.(they accept its inevitability) But do raise the alarm over some of the effects and consequences of capitalism as a dominant and expanding economic form. Some of what occurs with respect to capitalism is not so good. Differences Capitalisms critics often differentiate between a capitalism that is tempered by supervision and regulation in order to hold back the excess of a complete free for all Adam
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