The space of disagreement between tolerance and intolerance is often lost in the socialist perspective.
The increasing monoculture within universities pushes, at least slightly, each graduating class more toward favoring socialism.
Our first step is not “closing our eyes and imaging it.” We need our eyes wide open analyzing each idea for its own individual costs and benefits.
One common socialist assumption is that government collectivism is so essential for success that there is no such thing as self-sufficiency.
Edward Bellamy’s novel “Looking Backward” moved hearts and minds, ultimately moving nations and history.
One of the most common socialist assumptions is that it is possible to perfect society.
The appeal to the Nordic countries from socialists is a false one. Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway are examples of market economies, not socialism.
The unpleasant reality is that socialism quickly turns to the use of force to bring about their vision of society.