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The Political Spectrum
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CommunismSocialismLiberalCentreCapitalismFascismAlt-Right
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AuthoritarianState owns the means of productionState owns major industriesMixed economyMixed economyMeans of production owned by shareholders and business ownersCrony capitalismCrony capitalism
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Abolition of private propertySome private propertyMix of public and private propertyMix of public and private propertyMostly private propertyMostly private propertyMostly private property
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Production for need aloneProduction for need plus luxuriesProduction according to the will of the producers and the marketProduction according to the will of the producers and the marketProduction according to the will of the producers and the marketIn general, apart from the nationalizations of some industries, fascist economies were based on private individuals being allowed property and private initiative, but these were contingent upon service to the state. Production according to the will of the producers and the market
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Trade UnionsTrade UnionsSome Trade Union activityTrade unions discouragedTrade unions abolishedTrade unions abolished
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Strong regulationFairly strong regulationWeak regulationNecessary regulation of business, e.g. anti-trust lawsWeak regulationFairly strong regulationLaissez-faire
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Rule by committeeRule by democratic processRule by democratic processRule by democratic processRule by democratic processRule by decreeRule by decree
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Centralised, planned economySome private enterpriseMarket-led economyFlexible economy that accommodates market realities while providing for public requirements, e.g. infrastructureMarket-led economycorporatism Corporatism
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Abolish religionTolerate religionCelebrate diversityLet people decide whether they want to be religious or notLet people decide whether they want to be religious or notState-sponsored religionState-sponsored religion
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Total surveillance of the population, citing anti-state activitiesSome surveillance of the population, citing anti-state activitiesNo surveillance without probable cause and a warrantNo surveillance without probable cause and a warrantSome surveillance of the population, citing anti-state activities — where they run the stateTotal surveillance of the population, citing anti-state activitiesTotal surveillance of the population, citing anti-state activities — where they run the state
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High taxes, state provides all essential servicesHigh taxes, state provides all essential servicesFairly low taxes, state provides only essential services, private enterprise does the restFairly low taxes, state provides only essential services, private enterprise does the restFairly low taxes, state provides only essential services, private enterprise does the restFairly low taxes, state provides only essential services, private enterprise does the restVery low taxes, state provides only essential services, private enterprise does the rest
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Enforced conformityConformity encouragedConformity not an issueConformity not an issueConformity encouragedEnforced conformityEnforced conformity
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Population doesn't have access to gunsPopulation doesn't have access to gunsGun ownership is a choicePopulation has access to guns limited by criminal records, etc.Gun ownership is a choiceGun ownership is a choiceGun ownership is rife
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LibertarianEndgame: abolish the stateFree movement of peopleFree movement of peopleSome limitations on movement of peopleSome limitations on movement of peopleNon-interventionistSome limitations on movement of people
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Abolish bordersLimit government intrusion into personal mattersLimit government intrusion into personal mattersLimit government intrusion into personal mattersLimit government intrusion into personal matters
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Voluntary exchange, no need for money any moreLimit regulation in businessOnly allow necessary regulation of businessLimit regulation in businessLimit regulation in business
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Free tradeTrade with some regulationsFree tradeFree trade
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ProgressiveGuaranteed jobs for allWelfare stateWelfare stateWelfare stateSome public servicesSome public services
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Gender equalityGender equalityGender equalityGender equality
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Classless societyClassless societyClassless societyClassless societyClassless societyclass collaboration
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Progression via meritProgression via meritProgression via meritProgression via meritProgression via meritProgression via merit
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Social housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcaresocial housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcaresocial housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcaresocial housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcaresocial housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcare provided primarily by private enterprisesocial housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcare provided primarily by private enterprisesocial housing, transport, infrastructure, healthcare provided primarily by private enterprise
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ConservativePatriarchal in practicePatriarchal in practiceSomewhat patriarchal in practiceSomewhat patriarchal in practicePatriarchal in practicePatriarchal in practicePatriarchal in practice
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Discrimination against religious groups, e.g. Jews, MuslimsMany of them lean neoliberalSometimes religiousSometimes religiousSometimes religiousSometimes religious
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Porn, etc. considered immoralPorn, etc. considered immoralNot comfortable about porn, etc.Many of them lean neoliberalMany of them lean neoliberal
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“Decadence” frowned upon“Decadence” frowned uponModest livingThrift, hard work encouragedThrift, hard work encouragedThrift, hard work encouraged
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Non-partisanRespect for the commonsRespect for the commonsRespect for the commonsRespect for the commonsSome respect for the commonsSome respect for the commons
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National parks, etc.National parks, etc.National parks, etc.National parks, etc.Some respect for national parks, etc.Some respect for national parks, etc.
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