Ñemoirũrape

Ñemoirũrape térã socialismo niko pe ypykatu osako'íva tetã sãmbyhyrã ha viru remimono'õrã he'íva umi mba'e mba'aporã (kokue, mba'eapopyha, tembipuru ha mákina) oĩ va'erãha mba'apoharakuéra poguýpe.[1] Toiko hag̃ua upéicha, umi mba'apohára ikatu oiko mba'e mba'aporã jára ramo térã tetã ikatu oñemomba'e hese. Upéicha ko ypykatu iñambue capitalismo-gui, kóva niko he'i mba'e mba'aporã oĩ va'erãha umi ohepyme'ẽkuaáva térã apoñemyakãhára poguýpe. Ko'ã mokõi ypykatu oñombohovái.[2]

Henri de Saint-Simon niko peteĩ umi omboypy va'ekue ñemoirũrape.

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  1. " (en en) Upton Sinclair's: A Monthly Magazine: for Social Justice, by Peaceful Means If Possible. 1918. https://books.google.es/books?redir_esc=y&hl=es&id=i0w9AQAAMAAJ&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=ocialism,+you+see,+is+a+bird+with+two+wings.+The+definition+is+'social+ownership+and+democratic+control+of+the+instruments+and+means+of+production.. Consultado el 19 de febrero de 2020. «Socialism, you see, is a bird with two wings. The definition is 'social ownership and democratic control of the instruments and means of production.» 
  2. Zimbalist, Andrew S. (1989). Comparing economic systems : a political-economic approach. San Diego : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. p. 7. http://archive.org/details/comparingeconomi0000zimb_q8i6. Consultado el 19 de febrero de 2020. 

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