Yes.. Hm.. Here in former Yugoslavia we had free medical care (today we steal have, almost, we pay about 8 euros every month), free education (Today there is no free education), every firm for their workers gave them apartments for free forever, and every firm payed every year several trips around country for their workers etc etc...(Today we don't have that). That's what we had in Yugoslavia, political sistem was something between socialism and communism. Bad things were: freedom of the speech, private property: everything was "society" or state owner, you can't be owner almost of anything, state give you contract to use forever apartment or house etc.. but you can't own that, State owns that. Workers were much more protected, more than bosses (that was good)... You couldn't get rich, there was limit how much maximum of your money you can have, you know that was "society" of equal people. There is no rich and poor, everyone is the same, almost. There was no almost at all people without jobs, today we have about 30% people without jobs. Your pension was 80% of your paycheck from your work, today it is 40% etc etc..... So you see, some things where much better and some not. Everyone say it was better in communism/Socialism here, of course they think about jobs, good paycheck, low credits and good worker protection from your boss but they "don't remember" bad things. That's how maybe human brain works, you remember only good stuff. With demoncracy we got some things and lost some other things, I don't know which is better, maybe today because of private property and freedom of the speech? What will we eat it doesn't matter. Ah.. eating.. We had pretty much strong industry (In Europe parameters) today we have nothing. We had our own standard "JUS", today we don't have that, we have second class merchant (food) from EU, and in EU is first class. I say some things were good and some not.? What can I say...?
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