I did this paper on Socialism in my first year of college, it was 30 pages long and I got a pretty good grade, but after that paper I felt like it isn’t enough. To be honest, I am not in the swing to write everything here and explain bit by bit, but my personal opinion relies on the fact that Socialism is indeed a great doctrine, but the adaptability required to put it to work is far too great for it to function completely nowadays. We need to wait on the inevitable downfall of Capitalism, then survive the periods of Anarchic prevalence, and then we would be able to discuss, in community, if Socialism (or Communism, or any other new political doctrine that might come) would be the best political path to take. Right now, in terms of politics, I’m more concerned with the healing of the various ills and idiosyncrasies that affect nowadays Democracy, which are many, and only after Democracy works fully, only then we will be able to also accomplish a full political plan that actually works. Until then, and if it happens, there is no real point in trying to make this or this work, because it wont, the problem is rooted somewhere else.