Socialism/ communism are descriptions of a social system. Whilst Marxism is a description of analysis into the concept of social evolution. There are no differences between communism and socialism for they both mean the Common Ownership of the means of living under the democratic control of the global community.
Council communism (also councilism) is a current of socialist thought that emerged in the 1920s. Inspired by the November Revolution, councilism was characterized by its opposition to state capitalism/state socialism and its advocacy of workers' councils and council democracy as the basis for dismantling the class state.
Canada's socialist movement is believed to have originated in Western Canada. The Socialist Party of Canada was the first Canadian based Socialist party, founded in 1904. Later, the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 and Great Depression (1929–1939) are considered to have fuelled socialism in Canada.
A "brutal meme" about "socialism" in Denmark does not paint a completely accurate portrait of life in that country for the middle class. A "brutal meme" about "socialism" in Denmark does not paint a completely accurate portrait of life in that country for the middle class.
Finland is not socialist. Politically it is a democracy. Economically it is capitalist. In that sense it is the same system as the United States. Finland does have higher taxes and more generous public programs. But this is a merely a difference in degree. It is not a different kind of economic or political system.
/r/Socialism is a sub for socialists, and a certain level of knowledge about socialism is expected. If you are derailing discussions or promoting non-socialist positions, your comments may be removed, and you may receive a warning or a ban. If you are not a Socialist but are learning about it, be polite, or you will be banned for trolling.
This article gives an overview of socialism in the Netherlands, including communism and social democracy. It is limited to communist, socialist, and social-democratic parties with substantial support, mainly proved by having had a representation in parliament.
Titoism was similar to Dubček's socialism with a human face while Ceaușescu attracted sympathies for his refusal to condone (and take part in) the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, which briefly seemed to constitute a casus belli between Romania and the Soviets.
In the United States, Dwight Macdonald broke with Trotsky and left the Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party by raising the question of the Kronstadt rebellion, which Trotsky as leader of the Soviet Red Army and the other Bolsheviks had brutally repressed.