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The Problem With Socialism

eAudio Book|Jul 2016
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Remember when "socialism" was a dirty word? Now students at America's elite universities are parroting socialist talking points and "sure-thing" Hillary Clinton is struggling to win the Democratic nomination against a 74-year-old avowed socialist who promises to make the nation...


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Remember when "socialism" was a dirty word? Now students at America's elite universities are parroting socialist talking points and "sure-thing" Hillary Clinton is struggling to win the Democratic nomination against a 74-year-old avowed socialist who promises to make the nation more like Europe. What's happened? Do Americans need a reminder about the dangers of socialist ideology and practices?

Thomas DiLorenzo, economics professor and senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, deconstructs the retrograde ideology that has suddenly become disturbingly hip in The Problem with Socialism.

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Thomas Dilorenzo

Thomas J. DiLorenzo is the author of "The Real Lincoln "and "How Capitalism Saved America," A professor of economics at Loyola College in Maryland and a senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, he has written for the "Wall Street Journal," "USA Today," the "Washington Post," "Reader's Digest," "Barron's," and many other publications. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland. <P>"From the Hardcover edition."