The American Millennial Attraction to Socialism: Comparing the Economies of Chinese Communism, Crony Corporate Capitalism, European Crony Socialism, and the American Free Enterprise Innovation Economy Millennials are attracted to socialism because they believe that the socialist economic systems are more fair than their concept of American capitalism, which is the crony corporate capitalist version of capitalism. Our book extends the analysis of the Annual Report on US Attitudes Toward Socialism to explain why so many young Americans are attracted to socialism.
The citizens of America are irrevocably split between Democratic socialists, who desire a global socialist nation, and natural rights conservatives, who want nothing to do with socialism. There are no shared cultural values that bind the citizens into a common national mission. In the absence of shared cultural values, there is no force that compels voluntary obedience of citizens to the rule of law. Madison’s concept of the American Representative Republic collapsed, for the same reasons as the Roman and Greek republics.
The theory described in this book uses the metaphor of Darwin’s evolutionary theory to explain how product technology evolves. The underlying fundamental human behavior being investigated in technology evolution is how the human brain processes information in the presence of a novel event. Predicting the direction of technology depends on predicting what humans are going to do when they first see a new, radical product.
In the 2008 presidential election, decent, good-hearted, American voters elected a smiling, genial black person, who promised to heal the nation’s racial wounds. “There’s not a black America and white America,” said Obama, at the 2004, Democrat Convention, “there’s the United States of America.” What those citizens got instead was eight years of racial violence and class war. Buy Now. Learn how citizens can avoid a civil war by a civil dissolution of the states
What to do about the socialist threat to individual freedom? What to do after Obama? What do freedom-loving American citizens do to restore the rule of law after Obama’s lawless administration?
The phrase “Equal Rights For All. Special Privileges For None,” originated in the late 1820s and captured the essence of political reforms desired by the supporters of Andrew Jackson.
Since 2008, callers into the Rush Limbaugh radio program have been expressing a common despair about why the Republicans did not fight to protect individual freedoms from the socialist transformation of America, when the moment of battle with global socialist tyranny arrived.
The purpose of this book is to describe how an established technology company or commercial real estate partnerships can use CrowdFunding to raise capital from accredited investors. The book is targeted to commercial real estate developers, and small private technology companies, usually with less than 10 employees, and with more than 3 years of operational experience.