Translation of: "Sotsialistichekya ideologiya". Moscow: Politizdat, 1978.
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This book synthesizes themes from his earlier investigations, while broadening the discussion to include the role of the political power structure and of communist ideology. Kornai distinguishes between two types, or historical phases, of socialism. The Socialist System is addressed to economists in the first place, but also to political. Socialism is a less rigid, more flexible ideology. Its adherents seek change and reform, but insist on making these changes through democratic processes within the existing social and political. Given that Nazism is traditionally held to be an extreme right-wing ideology, the party’s conspicuous use of the term “socialist” — which refers to a political system normally plotted on. Certain elements of socialist thought long predate the socialist ideology that emerged in the first half of the 19th example, Plato's "The Republic" and Sir Thomas More's "Utopia", dating from , have been cited as including Socialist or Communist ideas. Modern Socialism emerged in early 19th Century Britain and France, from a diverse array of doctrines and social experiments.