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Reproduced by Australian Atatürk Cultural Centre Inc. 16 state socialism. Such a course of action involves formulating laws. Some examples; labour laws, sanitation laws for towns and places of work, laws to protect us against contagious diseases, laws to do with old age and accidents at work, laws to give aid to the sick and to old people in need, laws to help farmers, laws for the setting up of charitable institutions, laws for the provision of subsidised housing, laws for setting up community schools for children, etc. All of these must be backed by the appropriate budget allocations. Laws are made and enforced in order to cover these areas and many other areas as well. The theory of interdependence can thereby be put into practice in a way that benefits society as a whole. But, as I have already indicated, there are many different ways of putting interdependence into practice. Not all of these have always been universally welcomed and indeed much criticism has been levelled against some of them. In particular, some people think that the implementation of the theory of interdependence can undermine and even destroy the sense of responsibility of the individual.41 With scientists at the Third Congress of the Turkish Language Society To sum up, the idea of interdependence and solidarity replaces the idea of every man for himself with one of every man for all men. This viewpoint is social, national and, in a wider and loftier sense, humanist.42 *∗ * On the same subject, Marx notes that when people have moved on to communism, which he describes as a state of abundance and prosperity, everyone produces in proportion to his capability and everyone receives a share of the total output sufficient to meet his own needs. (LEFEBVRE, Henri; Pour Connaitre la Pensee de Karl Marx. Paris 1956, pp. 177, 178)

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