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Socialism supports government employment programs, universal health care, and generous payments to the unemployed or disabled . Although enthusiasm for such a policy has waned considerably in recent decades, socialism used to stand for the nationalization, or government ownership, of major industries in the economy.What is the economic theory behind socialism?
Socialism is an economic and political system. It is an economic theory of social organization. It believes that the means of making, moving, and trading wealth should be owned or controlled by the government as a whole. This means the money made belongs to the people who make the things, instead of a group of private owners.Why is socialism considered a mixed economy?
In a sense, both capitalist and socialist economies may be regarded as mixed economies, because as has been mentioned before, public sector will definitely exist in a capitalist economy and a small private sector will exist in a socialist economy.