Government Dependency and Corporatist Americaby Tim Kelly
Sep. 27, 2012
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The problem we have in America today is too many people are making their living from “political means” and too few from “economic means.” Socialism, communism, corporatism, or any other form of collectivism is a form of low-grade economic civil war. In a society like the United States, where an enormous amount of capital has been accumulated, a corporatist system can seem to function well for decades before it collapses under the weight of its own internal contradictions.