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Initial Post: Write 100 words within the Discussion Board responding to the following questions. Create a substantive and clear post expression your research, thoughts, and ideas:

· Have you ever experienced living in a socialist or communist society?

· If so, explain your experience.

· If not, share how do you view or imagine a socialist or communist society? Would you want to live there? Why or why not?

Response Posts: Create a 100-word response to at least 2 of your fellow classmates by replying to their Initial Post regarding items you found to be compelling and enlightening. Please consider the following questions when responding:

• Do any of the student's statements make you reconsider your position? If so, which ones made you change your mind?

• If not, what additional points can you make to directly refute your peer's statements?

• What did you learn from your classmate's posting?

• What clarification do you need regarding the posting?

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Shuntina Heard
Unit 5 DB I had an experience early in life when it comes to a socialist society. As a young kid around eight or nine me, my sisters and friend girls watch our brother and guy friends go to the Boys Club of Memphis every day. We were a part of girls scout and they were a part of boycott but they had the Boys club to go to after school and weekends. We would stand outside and wonder want went on in there and wanted to be a part of it so bad. We were told that because we were girls we weren’t allowed. At that time neither of us understood why. Soon after that our part and the communities all over the United States signed papers and protested. Then it becomes the Boys and Girls Club of America in my city. Other city changed to and now their Boys and Girls Club…...

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