Monday, June 21, 2010

Socialism is the completement of liberalism, not its negation

At least this is what I feel, along with a lot of other folks. Principles like freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and democracy that were established by the Enlightenment are ultimately guaranteed by concentrations of economic power being restrained and working for the benefit of society as a whole as opposed to narrow private interests.

1 comment:

lishtota said...

I absolutely agree