What is difference between Communism and Socialism? The main difference is that under communism, most property and economic resources are owned and controlled by the state (rather than individual citizens); under socialism, all citizens share equally in economic resources as allocated by a democratically-elected government.What are the differences between communism, socialism and Democracy?
While communism is a form of socialism, the two government systems are quite different in practice. Socialism can co-exist with capitalism, unlike communism, and does in most modern democracies (known as democratic socialism).What is the true meaning of socialism?
Socialism is an economic, social, and political theory advocating collective or governmental control and administration of a country’s means of economic production.Does socialism lead into communism?
Socialism leads to Communism. Communism does not make people equal. It makes them serfs to the ruling party inner circle, or it makes them dead. Serfdom or death. That’s the equality destination of socialism. Snake oil salesmen are out there touting the greatness of socialism. Some are bold about it.