Translation of socialism in Spanish:


socialismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsoʊʃəˌlɪzəm/ /ˈsəʊʃəlɪz(ə)m/

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    socialismo masculine
    • With the advent of Karl Marx, socialism became a science.
    • Since the 1920s, Trotsky fought against the Stalinist theory of socialism in one country.
    • In the end, market socialism does appear attractive on distributional grounds.
    • She believes deeply in her heart that you can have genuine socialism.
    • For any socialist organization, implementing socialism should be the goal.
    • Within genuine socialism, politics and the economy are connected.
    • Under socialism or communism, producers of profit and receivers of profit are the same people.
    • It is conventional to associate capitalism with the private ownership of the means of production and socialism with collective ownership.
    • Ideas of socialism, and socialist organisation, are coming to the fore in this movement.
    • These poets, it must be remembered, emerged out of a highly politicized milieu, where socialism was the word of the hour.
    • They thought socialism as an economic system was the necessary analog to democracy as a political system.
    • It is well known that Stalin first openly advanced his theory of socialism in one country in the fall of 1924.
    • Paul Foot was throughout his life a passionate fighter for freedom, justice, internationalism, socialism and democracy.
    • This relatively new ideology was based in socialism, and shared some views with nihilism.
    • The idea is developed using Gramsci to show how parliamentary democracy in the west is an ideological barrier to socialism.
    • Hence, the development of socialism is internally inseparable from the growth of democracy.
    • They believe in a common vision for humanity (once it was socialism; now it has mutated into liberal democracy).
    • Under socialism, production would be planned and organised to meet the needs of society and its members.