Social Programs Are Necessary

People are social anmals, and they function in a Social manners. Socialism is important bcause it addresses the fundemntal needs of the people in a compassionate basis. Providing social needs improves society because it allows people to actuate their lives ina positive manner. the social structure of a social group or society, ie. a change in the nature, social institutions, social behaviors or social relations of a society. Social change is a very basic term and must be assigned further context. It may refer to the notion of social progress or social cultural evolution; the philosophical idea that society moves forward by reasonable or evolutionary means. It may point to a paradigmatic change in the social-economic structure, for instance a shift away from feudalism and towards capitalism. Accordingly it may also refer to social revolution, Social progress is the idea that societies can or do improve in terms of their social, political, and economic stations. The  breakthrough to a new idea in European Enlightenment, when social scientists and philosophers began to realize that people themselves could change society and change their way of life. Instead of being made completely by superstition, there was increasing room for the idea that people themselves demand as newsociety – the Idea of Progress is the theory that advances in technology, science, and social organization inevitably produce an improvements in the human condition. That is, people can become happier in terms of quality of life (social progress) through economic development (modernization), and the application of science and technology (scientific progress), and Economic security. The assumption is that the process will happen once people apply their reason and skills, for it is not divinely foreordained. When there is too much conservatives, society regresses. Crime, slums, abuse of all variety, illiteracy, and the undermining of human value occur and society becomes dysfunctional. 1847 and 1853 Sweden passed “poor relief laws”, taking the first step towards implementing the welfare state. As early as 1913, Sweden’s Liberal Party government (non-socialist) began broadening the range of social benefits. It took most other developed countries until the Great Depression of the 1930s to take similar steps.[ citation needed] The Liberal Party government passed the National Pension Act in 1913 to provide security for the aged. In 1918 a liberal-social democratic coalition government passed a new poor law, turning the responsibility of assisting anyone in need over to local governments, while the central government contributed administrative support. This law was to remain the cornerstone of Sweden’s assistance programs for the next 40 years. In 1938 the Saltsjöbaden Agreement (named after the small town Saltsjöbaden) between the workers and employers confederations was signed. It resolved several issues on the market. It came to form a particular form of industrial relations in Sweden, the so-called “Saltsjöbaden spirit”, marked by willingness to co-operate and a mutual sense of responsibility for developments in the labor market. Sweden’s social welfare continued to develop during the 1950s and 1960s, during which time Sweden was the third wealthiest country in the world for a period, with practically zero unemployment. The Welfare State then reached a peak in the 1970s, when it in effect affected and included everyone from child care to the pension system . Conservatives critics say the government takes care of you cradle to grave. Actually, the government helps you take care f your self and gives you the freedom and democarcy an economic and even social wealth to live a better qaulity life.

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