Would things in the United States improve if we embraced Socialism as our system of Government?
How do you feel things would improve, and what things do you think would be worse off?
As a follow up, is Socialism already taking hold here in the US? If so, what are some examples.
Of course it has, examples: firefighters, medicare, the road system, public works, the court system, police. Paid for by tax, proving for the public good, not just those that paid.
by ahorseback2 years ago
Take a look at the following , NASA , the military industrial complex ,the elementary education system , the criminal justice system including all police and law enforcements and judges local...
by Thomas Byers5 years ago
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by cjhunsinger6 years ago
Certainly the history of socialism is mired in failure and has never come close to the sought after dream that it proposes. The socialism of Nazi Germany, the abssolute brutality of the Soviet Union and China; the more...
by My Esoteric2 months ago
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by Charles James4 years ago
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by Sophia Angelique6 years ago
sm.Socialism are services provided by the state, e.g. medicare, social security, unemployment benefits, disability benefits, etc. Socialism can also include things like subsidized transport, subsidized electricity,...
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