Democracy Compared to Communism
Democracy and communism are two of the most different, yet important systems of government ever to be set into motion. While total democracy and total communism are not widely spread, the effects of both can be seen in the countries that adopted these forms of government years ago. This is done by the practice of the more modern forms of these two governing systems, liberal democracies and CPC states. Both communist and democratic governments have benefits and disadvantages; therefore many disagree about which may be best.
One of the greatest distinctions between a communist and a democratic government are their conflicting economic systems. In a communist government, the goal is to abolish private property and class syst
When employees have no incentive to work hard, they become lazy at their jobs which, in turn, drags down the economy. Today, forms of democracy are practiced by countries that have goals to improve or succeed economically. The goal of the system is to hinder any individual person or group from becoming extremely wealthy, while others become excessively poor. It is said to first have existed in ancient Greece, as well as Rome. Then, only one person"tms say is what really matters. The public owns the major resources and the means of production. This fact has contributed to the downfall of communism. However, in a democratic government, the economy prospers by allowing free enterprise. One person"tms vote counts just as much as another"tms does. On the other hand, in a communist society a person can work infinitely harder than a coworker and receive the same pay by the end of the day. On the contrary, It can be seen that communism is most commonly adopted by Third World countries who are looking for independence and dramatic social change.