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How do command or socialist benefit their citizens ?

Tara Andrews

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Amanda Johnson on June 12, 2018

Command economies and/or socialist economies for the benefit of its citizens, theoretically, making sure that no one is poor, or without basic necessities of life, although this is not always the case. Explanation:A command of the administration is one in which a centralized government regulates the centers of generation. The government concludes what is created, how it's designed and how it is dispersed. A private company does not exist in a command economy. The government employs all the workers and unilaterally determines their salaries and duties at work, since the command corresponds to the means of production in a command economy, it is concluded that it works where and for how much to pay. This power structure clearly contrasts with a free market economy, in which private companies control of the means of decisions and hire the workers based on the needs of the business.

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