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What is the difference between communist collectivist industrial undertakings and proutistic cooperatives?

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What is the difference between communist collectivist industrial undertakings and proutistic cooperatives?

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There are many differences between the two, of which the following are amongst the most important: 1. In Prout the cooperative sector is the middle industrial tier between government run key industries (huge, complex, raw material) and private small enterprises. Under communism private enterprises were outlawed. 2. Prout’s approach to cooperative enterprise is based on voluntary cooperation, not forced cooperation. The Soviet farmers were forced to join, which were extremely unpsychological and therefore non-productive. 3. Under communism everything was dictated from above, such as five-year plans for the industry. It was a party state dictatorship. In Prout local people have all the say regarding development of local resources, their economic development, etc. 4. The industrial approach of communism was on centralized; i.e. huge factories producing one item to be widely distributed. Prout’s industrial and economic approach is based on complete and wholesome decentralization; local sel

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