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General News    H4'ed 4/17/19

Are Socialists More Like Libertarians Than We'd Prefer To Admit? -

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A libertarian goes to a conference on socialism and finds some surprising similarities.

Since there are a lot more socialists here on OpEd News I highly recommend their all reading this article.

From the article "So many of the people I know in libertarian politics are working on the same issues that keep coming up at the conference—criminal justice reform, immigration reform, barriers to health care and employment among the working classes, crony capitalism and the unfair advantages it creates. All the ways an overreaching government hits more marginalized people and communities harder."

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I have been an active member of the Libertarian Party for almost 50 years and have run for several offices in California as a Libertarian. I am a founding member of the California Ranked Choice Voting Coalition which is working to advance RCV (more...)

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