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  • At This Point Yes

    Basically its terrible unless all the work is done by robots.

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  • Cant work in practice

    Communism in the way that it is described by communist supporters is nothing like communism in practice. It looks almost identical to fascism in when it is implemented but they are on the complete opposite sides of the political spectrum. It is only theoretical and even the theory of communism is completely wrong

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  • Depends on what scale

    On a large scale (e.G. Entire countries/states/etc.) communism has been shown not to work out; however, the John Lewis Partnership (including Waitrose supermarket) in the UK is essentially a communist collective, as the 'workers' are known as partners, not employees (much like in communist speech, the term 'comrade' is used to address others). All partners get an equal bonus from whatever the company makes that year, and all partners own a share in the company. Therefore, the workers own and run the company themselves. The red flag flies high at John Lewis and Waitrose.


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