Capitalism and Democracy Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Capitalism and Democracy
This paper explores the relationship between capitalism and democracy.
# 87886 | 1,350 words | 5 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Political Science (Communism)

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This is a critical paper that reviews the industrial revolution's connections between capitalism and democracy, the liberal theory, as inherited by the U.S. Most of the paper moves on to arguments of the present day and the mythology of democracy and neo-liberal economics that is at the heart of what we call "Globalization." The paper includes several interesting references in addition to the course text.

From the Paper:

"Since the collapse of the Communist bloc in the late 1980s, one has heard more and more slogans of capitalism in relation to democracy. The idea is the capitalism is the form of economic life that people in former socialist states would naturally want and that democracy is the system of government that they have wanted, too. When this theme is examined, one sees a very old set of ideas that have come to have many questions attached to them that pertain to history, as much as to misinformation."

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