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This does not mean that people are stripped of private possessions such as
clothes and furniture , but it does mean that all productive goods , such as land ,
mines , ships and machinery , are the property of the State . The State is the sole
However , it has become clear in the last few years that ' common ownership of
the means of production ' is not in itself a ... The State ' may come to mean no
more than a self - elected political party , and oligarchy and privilege can return ...
How many of the existing British personnel in India , commercial or official , would
fall in with such an arrangement – which would mean ceasing once and for all to
be ' sahibs ' - is a different question . But , broadly speaking , more is to be ...
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It seems harsh to criticise George Orwell's optimism when he implies that socialism has become inevitable: he was writing in 1941, I thought so in 1980. Sadly, Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and ... Read full review