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I question the use of loaded Marxist terminology like "Bourgeiouse" in regards to western countries in this article. Is it a deliberate copy and paste from a biased webpage? Or what? Regardless, I think the terminology needs to be tweaked, political Marxist ideas are like Esperanto, humored only by a few nowadays. If this were a Sociology article I'd have no problem with it, but it's not, it's a political science article, and I think that it should reflect that in its text. Kade 21:31, 23 October 2005 (UTC)
There is a note inside the article "Data as of May 1989", use "Edit" link to see this. I think, this was taken from some PD book. I personally should add, for example, that Constitution not just ensured a right for, say, education, as is mentioned in the article. But provided this right completely free of charge on all levels. And the education was indeed free of charge throughout the history of the USSR. Cmapm 00:50, 24 October 2005 (UTC)