Nordic nations are often referred to as Democratic Socialist , well a Rose by any other name, I will concede they are not Socialist , their economies are for the most part not state run , and are totally market friendly in some ways more than the USA economy , but they have generous welfare and labour measures and protect workers and emphasize a good quality of life, some call tis social democracy , but the term isn't important, what is important is that the Nordic Model makes capitalism work
Norway is more socialist than Venezuela or China
We'll discuss the price floor known as the minimum wage and its effects on the poor.
The growth we see in the economy over ten good years has not impacted on the bulk of the population which wil eventually lead to breakdown
It’s time for a reality check on Trump’s claims about jobs, wages and economic growth.
Mauritius remains among the Sub-Saharan Africa region’s most business-friendly countries, with solid economic policies and prudent banking practices.
Singapore the right wings free enterprise darling actually is very Socialist
Massachusetts has shown to be at the top of quality of life indexes and has a gnp per capita of $65,545 one of the highest
China has a faster growth rate than ours logically that means if things stay as they are, eventually we will catch up
I hold that capitalism is a superior economic system to socialism.
Socialism wont come till the robots take over
Capitalism is exploitative, unsustainable and unscientific
I am arguing against a flat minimum wage that doesn't take into account any factors(i.e employee's age/experience or how the businesses revenue-to-expenses ratio)
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