I recently have been reading a number of books written by European travellers who visited the United States, particularly, in the early and mid-decades of the 19th century.
The 1215 Magna Carta limited the power of central government and it forced a reigning monarch to grant his English subjects rights. It laid the foundations for limited constitutional governments, an idea offensive to most leftists.
Yaron Brook delves into the morality of finance, free markets, savings, insurance and using debt to fund consumption.
Government censorship will only reduce the ability to understand the causes of people guided by anti-capitalist ideas.
Although it may be difficult today for American socialist students to study abroad in places like Cuba or North Korea, they could lobby U.S. officials to facilitate it.
Capitalism is perfect precisely to the extent it’s the only social system consonant with human nature.
Fortunately for its citizens, but unfortunately for those who think Sweden is still socialist, the Swedish government, more or less by universal consensus, turned sharply back toward capitalism beginning in about 1995.
As a result of leftist indoctrination, many college students graduate illiterate, innumerate and resistant to understanding.
What today’s academics write, and what journals treat as neutral science, tends to reinforce only one side of the political spectrum.