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although these concepts are an anethema to socialism
further, he was not elected by "the common people as head of a democracy"; but rather, as you know, by the elected representatives of the people, as head of a republic.
in the US, a few states comprise a large number of voters; and many of those states vote democrat. without a republic; a few states could turn the US into an even more socialist leaning country than it already is
turn the US into an even more socialist leaning country than it already is
Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner*
- I think that Singapore, with a diversity of cultures has done a good job of enforcing non-tribalism, perhaps assisted by the fact that no one ethnicity is numerically dominant
These could be seen as strengthening the Eastern European bloc - although today one would hardly call this bloc "Socialist".
But universal education came from Wilberforce,
The socialist economies don't work well, run into debt and the citizens are often unemployed
Orphans are left in their buildings rocking back and forth in boredom in their urine... like in Romania,
Socialists want to tax people like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs... 90%, and think they will still work.
They think free education can be afforded without debt,