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Jim Choate ravage at
Tue Dec 10 11:45:29 PST 2019

> > Socialism: state intervention in private transactions. By extension, any
> > state is socialist, or it's not really a state, but a company in the
> > (and maybe law) business.
> The problem here is there isn't any issue of 'private property' so there
> can't be any 'private transactions' in a socialism. This description is
> more applicable to fascism.

Private transaction = transaction between two individuals / companies who
are both not employees / property of the state (not even partially). The
point being that I don't care if the gov't stops Clinton from selling his
daughter to someone else - he's a state employee.


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