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This is hinted by the key terms “welfare capitalism and state” are major characteristics of pro-modern liberalism, since they now have the right to produce and make a profit, but, also have a social safety net in case you fall into debt making it welfare capitalism while working with the population to produce. The author’s perspective of the source can also be agreed by VIP John Maynard Keynes, because he promoted Modern
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This idea most reflects the idea of a communist in the case that the surplus wealth is distributed and becomes the property of many. All of the above are different ways that Andrew Carnegie felt wealth could be distributed among people. He says that the third and final way to distribute wealth is a lot like the beliefs of Karl Marx in the sense that Marx strongly believes in communism. It is also believed that wealth should be non-existent. This is only possible if cl... ... middle of paper ... ...ealth should be for public usage after the owner passes.