You mentioned how they’re pulling the ladder up on those under them because that dream is no longer…
David Hands

Socialism has been implemented in multiple iterations throughout our history. Feudalism is a form of socialism. Communism is a form of socialism. Any socialist construct requires a centralized authority to define the values of supply and demand for the facilitation of resource distribution. All socialist constructs run into a significant problem in explaining how to prevent such a centralized authority from being corrupted. The more distributed the authority, the less susceptible to corruption. Socialism has no real way of overcoming this issue.

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