And they even say that many things we like in society – such as the family, neighborhoods, community groups – are based on socialist principles.
I think it would be more accurate to say those institutions are based on non-market principles rather than socialist principles, but that raises an interesting question.
Would socialism be okay if it was voluntary?
In a column for FEE, Tim Worstall explains that we shouldn’t object to socialism – so long as it isn’t coercive.
…voluntary socialism does work sometimes, and it’s habitual now to mention Mondragon as an example of industrial companies that succeed as…
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