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A summary of these objectives gives a good picture of modern Democratic-Socialism as it exists on paper in its ideal form. As always, the first principle is nationalized ownership of the major means of production and distribution. Usually public ownership is deemed appropriate for the strategically important services, public utilities, banking and resource industries such as coal, iron, lumber and oil. Farming has never been considered well adapted to public administration and has usually been excluded from nationalization.

Still English people firmly believed that the ruler must consult Parliament on money matters and obey the law. Thus, it did set a precedent that there was a limit to the allowed power of the state. A precedent, which would have no small effect on the history of political revolution, is notably the American Revolution. The Petition of Right - In English history, it was the title of a petition that was addressed to the King of England Charles I, by the British parliament in 1628. The Parliament demanded that the king stop proclaiming new taxes without its’ consent.

They emphasized their own revolutionary and proletarian origins and attacked the so-called plutocratic western democracies. The fact that fascist countries sought to control national life by methods identical to those of communist governments make such nations vulnerable to communism after the fascist regime is destroyed. In theory at least, the chief distinction between fascism and communism is fascism is nationalist, exalting the interests of the state and glorifying war between nations. Whereas, communism is internationalist, exalting the interests of a specific economic class (the proletariat) and glorifying world wide class warfare.

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