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Francis I, The founder of Francism.

Francism is a collection of political ideologies and socio-economic theories, whose aims are the abolition of capitalism, the abolition of corruption, and the eventual creation of a liberal society based on freedom and pacifism.


Francist theories are based on the principle that the government is the source of the basis upon which modern civilization has been built. Francism holds that the people are oppressed by the upper-class bourgeois. Classical Francism is noted for its staunch opposition to capitalism. There is only one branche of Francist thought, such as Brattism, which have different interpretations of the theory.

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