- Drew Sowersby
- Austin, TX
- United States
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Is Socialism a societal phenomenon or just a trait of the old world?
I'm interested in opinions about the fate of growing nations when it comes to stigmas such as Socialism.
The most Socialistic countries have freedom. Is the end product of freedom ENTANGLEMENT, where everyone's interest get tied up in a vast social superstructure?
Socialism is the greatest fear for many in the U.S. It is tantamount to a loss of liberty. Make no mistake about it, the U.S. is already gnarled pretty badly and it does seem that the harder we fight to stop it, the more the hook sinks into our lip.
Besides hope, is there anything we can really do?
Closing Statement from Drew Sowersby
Socialism has a permanent home in our brains, but is often sacrificed for the sake of personal triumph. These diametrically opposed forces are in constant tug of war. One should be able to visualize several of the nodes in a social system and see how they interconnect. The gnarled up ball of goop is Socialism.