Communism is an economic system based on “You put your fair share; You get
your fair share”. Socialism is an economic system framed on “You get a share
regardless of your contribution”. People in the communist country participate in
the economic and non-economic activity by sharing their effort and resources and
benefit themselves according to their contribution. It means that people
participating in the communist system are gainer to the extent they are the
conductive to the society. If people do not participate in the system of communism
and its activity by putting their fair effort and resources, they are simply culled or
separated out. IN other words, without sharing your effort and resources to the
system of communism you cannot expect your benefit. Communistic system
implies a kind of uniformity, in work and in benefit and participatory integration
etc. All these are not very flexible. Communism lacks diversity in the working
system. Inflexibility and non-diversity is not very good as far as human rights,
freedom and right of expression are concerned. Inflexibility cannot help people to
maximise their utility or satisfaction. Non-diversity is a strong negative point of
communism. Successful communistic system tends to be small and homogeneous.

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