1. The two concepts emphasised that people should cooperate to share the profits of their work in society.
2. The two concepts further emphasised that people should all work for the benefit of society and not for their own personal gains. This means that there should not be competition between factory owners and workers.
3. Under the two concepts, the State own and controls the means of production and distribution.
4. The two concepts identify the class struggle between the rich and the poor in the society. The rich agitate for proportional opportunities while the poor agitate for equal opportunities. This is the bedrock of conflict in society.