Day in the Life of a Socialist Economy
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I can go to school without having to pay someone to teach me! Teachers are paid with taxes.
I go to work, and I receive the same amount of money on my paycheck as everyone else around me.
In this country, everybody is treated as equals. There are no social classes, or divisions of equality.
In a socialistic society, there are a lot of taxes since things like education are free to all of the public.
Health Care doesn't need to be paid on the spot as it is paid with taxes, but there are usually long waits to get an appointment.
The government is largely governed by the leader, and the decisions are heavily influenced by the leader.
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