SOCIALISM: THE DREAM OF AN IDEAL SOCIETY? Is it a wonderful "utopia" or a totalitarian nightmare? Will everything be free or will deep-state bureaucrats decide who gets what?
Did Plato, Thomas More, & Francis Bacon propose social ownership of property? Is there a difference between socialism and communism?
Did Pilgrims attempt "a communistic plan of life"? What happened?
How did the Pilgrims' covenant under God become the Age of Enlightenment's social contract with a distant God, become the French Revolution's social contract with no god, become Marxism's "the state is god"?
"If the state gives rights, it can, and inevitably will, take away those rights"-Eisenhower.
Was the French Revolution's Reign of Terror a model for future violent socialist revolutions?
The Bible talks about private property, yet Marx wrote: "The theory of the communists may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property."
Has the government usurped the church's role of caring for the poor?
Coolidge wrote: "It does not follow that because something ought to be done, the national government ought to do it."
What did socialism do to Russia, Romania, Poland, Hungary, China, North Korea, Cuba, Cambodia, and Venezuela?
How do public opinion molders control populations? What are honor-shame cultures?
What are the group dynamics which can manipulate individuals with peer-pressure to surrender their private views to fit in with a group.
Who was Joseph Goebbels, who said: "Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play." How did he control mob emotions?
Learn about the political tactics of "deconstruction," "psychological projection," and "seizing the moral high ground."
Is there a difference between capitalism on a local level and globalist capitalism?
Is the form of government the problem or is the problem deeper - the selfishness inherent in the human heart?
What is the only real solution?