|1.||Socialism is essentially idealistic, but modern Socialism bases its ideal upon the logic of evolution, and not upon the merits of any scheme or plan.|
|2.||Socialism upholds the ideals of international solidarity, universal peace and human brotherhood.|
|3.||Socialism aims also at the ending of the class struggle and the establishment of peace within nations.|
|4.||Socialism seeks to establish equality of opportunity, not equality of wealth or ability.|
|5.||It is only with equality of opportunity that true individualism can be developed.|
|1.||How does the ideal of modern Socialism differ from the Utopian ideal?|
|2.||In what ways does the Socialist movement make for international peace?|
|3.||What is the basis for the Socialist hope for world peace?|
|4.||Is it true that "Socialists advocate the class struggle"?|
|5.||In what sense does equality form a part of the Socialist ideal?|
|6.||Why is it incorrect to regard Socialism and individualism as antithetical?|
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Publication information: Book title: Elements of Socialism:A Text-Book. Contributors: John Spargo - Author, George Louis Arner - Author. Publisher: Macmillan. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1912. Page number: 211.