Many find it hard to fathom how the world could possibly combine the advantages of a socialist-based socioeconomic system with those of a market-based one. This book illustrates clearly how this could and why it should be done.
Plus! It also lists a complete governmental model capable of administering the semisocialist system.
Semisocialism is... ...a governmental system that:
1) accommodates the needs of the people.
2) orchestrates fair land, resource, and economic distribution.
3) maintains a very stable national employment structure.
4) prevents special-interest domination.
5) makes environmental preservation highly profitable.
6) strategically guides society toward advanced capabilities.
...an economic system that:
1) highly motivates creativity.
2) allows ever-increasing commercial profitability to coexist with an ever-decreasing cost of living.
3) incorporates a banking system of good-interest savings and low-interest loans.
4) eliminates the need for individual tax management.
5) diminishes the need for corrective national fiscal action.
Semisocialism, in a nutshell, is the socialist distribution of the necessities and the capitalist, or free-market, distribution of the luxuries or non-essentials. The golden rule is that, regarding a nation s resources, the welfare of the people is taken care of before the resources are release to the capitalist market. Government shall market raw resources and some services in order to raise revenue. There will be no income tax whatsoever imposed upon the citizenry. Unless the resources of the globe are distributed equitably, the world will never be at peace.