Kevin Williamson takes a look at socialism in all its forms, and he uncovers some facts that might make even .
Kevin Williamson takes a look at socialism in all its forms, and he uncovers some facts that might make even would–be socialists wince: socialism isn’t just bad for business, but bad for the poor, bad for the environment, and bad for your health. If you want to understand the deeper ideological forces at work in our politics today, The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Socialism is a good place to start. Larry Kudlow, host of CNBC’s the Kudlow Report. Series: The Politically Incorrect Guides.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Socialism. Socialism is a word that means many things to many people, and socialism has taken many forms in the world. by Kevin D. Williamson. In The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Socialism, Kevin Williamson reveals the fatal flaw of socialism-that efficient, complex economies simply can’t be centrally planned. Socialism applies, with equal accuracy, to the totalitarian regimes of Kim Il-Jong, Joseph Stalin, and Fidel Castro, the authoritarian but nominally democratic government of Hugo Chávez, and the social democracies of Sweden and India.
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He is the theater critic for The New Criterion and the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Socialism (2011, Regnery), The End Is Near and It's Going to Be Awesome (2013, ide Books), The Dependency Agenda (2013, Encounter Books), and The Case against Trump (2015, Encounter Books), and has contributed chapters to.
Kevin D. Williamson's great book on a historically (fact history) and relevant topic for today's political world should be read by everyone.
Jul 24, 2011 Walter Kuriger rated it it was amazing. Kevin D. As I have written before, my four decades on this planet have allowed me to appreciate the facts within this text. is another book, which read in tandem with the other books I am reading, and have read, helps cement a very styrong picture of realty in this geo-political world.
The Politically Incorrect Guide is a book series by Regnery Publishing presenting conservative, or politically incorrect views on various topics. Each book is written by a different author and generally presents a conservative or libertarian viewpoint on the subject at hand.
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These and other "politically incorrect" facts are revealed by Robert Spencer in The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam . Kevin Williamson methodically demolishes the allegedly angelic good intentions behind socialism to reveal the demonic consequences of its implementation.
These and other "politically incorrect" facts are revealed by Robert Spencer in The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades). An alternative narrative. By Je suis Charlie on 12-05-17. Williamson shows why the problem with socialism isn’t just that it hurts the economy, but that it undermines all the institutions that allow a free society to function-and that is why it can’t coexist with liberty.
it's hard to name a dogma that has failed as spectacularly as socialism. And yet leaders around the world continue to subject millions of people to this dysfunctional, violence-prone ideology. In The Politically Incorrect Guide (TM) to Socialism, Kevin Williamson reveals the fatal flaw of socialism that efficient, complex economies simply can't be centrally planned