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A History of Socialism in America

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posted on Dec, 21 2015 @ 04:25 AM
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Hey KS, very informative, I loved it and agreed with most of it. Social services are a polite thing for a civilized society to offer to our struggling citizens and tend to definitely lead to a more productive AND happy society. Production and happiness typically equate to efficiency as well. With less waste, more people can get the right resources to develop their minds, their careers, and their relationships.

Lets hope we can return to reasonable policies, and not just food stamps and medicaid to pump people full of empty calories and psychotic drugs and opiates .

I may have actually given a damn about going to college if it did not mean I already had to owe up to double the price of a brand new model luxury SUV or Truck or even a house for certain degrees upon graduation. I hear prices for colleges were rather reasonable up to about the eighties right?? What a damn shame I was born after the good ol days. I still own a business in any case, but not the building it is in, and its not really that much more profitable than working as some manager at one of these franchise multinational joints. But the tax benefits and just personal liberty involved is wonderful.





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