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Posted by Warda on Wednesday, August 5, 2009 at 8:16pm.

What is the difference between utilitarianism and socialism?

A: Socialism emphasizes individual freedom, and utilitarianism condemns industrial capitalism.

B: Socialism states that government should regulate the means of production, and utilitarianism argues that there should be no government.

C: Utilitarianism emphasizes individual freedom and the greatest happiness for thegreatest number of people, and socialism condemns industrial capitalism.

D: Utilitarianism sees class struggle between employers and employees as unavoidable, and socialism states that large social groups maintain peace and justice.

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