A rebranding of ‘freedom’?

According to recent Gallup polls, socialism is now more popular than capitalism among Democrats and young people, and support for ”some form of socialism” among all Americans is at 43% (compared to 25% in 1942). Policies that went unmentioned or were declared out-of-bounds in elections four years ago — a federal jobs guarantee, single-payer health care, free college, massive tax hikes on the rich, and the Green New Deal–are commonplace in Democrats’ 2020 campaigns.

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Author: Ralph Turchiano

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  1. People define “socialism” as help from the government instead of the actual definition: Government owning all industry and business.

    These survey’s mean nothing.

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