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Why Socialism is Popular With Voters, Despite Their Intellectual Distaste for It

  • Audio Mises Daily
March 3, 2009

Tags Big GovernmentPolitical TheoryValue and Exchange

I've always been perplexed by the dichotomy that often divides people's avowed beliefs and their actions. It may be hard to accept the moral and economic evils of socialism, in the abstract, but it's also hard to vote against it. It turns out to be fairly easy, however (if potentially dangerous), to give an example of its insidiousness, writes Tim Kern.

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