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Today's Isms: Communism, Fascism, Capitalism, Socialism

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De todos os aspectos da democracia, o político é o mais importante. Emora a democracia política não seja equivalente à democracia como sistema de vida, a identificação instintivafeita entre as duas por algumas pessoas não deixa de estar certa.
Hardcover, 229 pages
Published April 13th 1985 by Prentice Hall (first published 1959)
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Juniar
Aug 25, 2007 rated it it was amazing
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Objective. Unbiased in treating on why one ism didn't live long in some place and survived in another. Very understandable for general readers.
Miguel Teles
Jan 23, 2011 rated it it was ok
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Estava à espera de uma dissertação clara e distanciada dos 4 ismos, o que me pareceu ser a proposta do título. No entanto, o que encontrei foi uma dissertação enviesada por uma inclinação mais que clara ao longo do livro para um dos ismos.

A maior parte do livro resume-se a criticar implacavelmente e, muitas vezes, de uma forma demasiado simplista três dos ismos. A outra parte do livro resume-se a louvar o ismo com que o autor mais que evidentemente se identifica (capitalismo), com leviandade e
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Laura
I read this primarily for the chapter on communism; as a person who grew up largely in the post-communist world it has never made sense to me why people freaked out so much about the "communist threat." Who cares if a country wants to have a communist economy/society? Let them do their thing, let us do ours. By reading about communism, and also the chapter on capitalism, I was hoping to get a greater sense of why each views the other side as evil.

The communism chapter focuses way too much on the
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