1. THE TRIPLE NATURE OF POSSESSION:
Capitalism views private possession as a basic need which voluntarily fulfils the community's desires and requirements rather than being in conflict with it. Capitalists consider Nationalisa- tion as exceptional cases of remedies for tem- porary crisis of the Nationalised economy. It argued that nationalised sectors of economy can be de-nationalised after that crisis has disappeared.
Socialism, on the other hand, claim collective ownership as the fundamental concept in its economic system. Private capitals must be natio nalised according to Socialism. But the Socialists were confronted in the field of application with difficulties and were forced to recognise private possession. That attitude was a temporary cure for their economic problems. It is argued that
when the difficulties have gone, then the private sectors are re-nationalised again.