20 August 2005

another post

And, speaking of free market capitalism...

Who even knows whether it works or not. We certainly don't here in the US. There are too many government subsidies for big business to gauge whether or not free market capitalism would function properly on its own. The problem is that humans don't live long enough to see whether a governmental regime (be that communism, capitalism, or another political setup) actually come to full fruition. Maybe some parts of daily life will start to change, but there might still be some trash in the street. Because everything doesn't click over perfectly all at once (and because politicians want to get re-elected) we switch horses mid-stream. We don't know what capitalism is really like. The Chinese don't really know what pure communism is like. Everything is effected by everything else. It will never be theoretically perfect.



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