The Conservative Case for Class Struggle


I think anyone who calls themselves a conservative and is serious about it in America is finding it harder to support capitalism. We see time and time again how modern global capitalism has eroded things like the family, community, the small business, traditional religion, identity, and the nation state. We also see how the modern capitalist world promotes chaos instead of older whether it be creating racial unrest or supporting wars that only benefit corporate interest. We also see how the modern capitalist system has become authoritarian with censorship, forced vacation and goon squads to harass or kill political opponents in some cases.

It’s not only conservatives who find it more difficult to support this system but also the working class. The class divides have deepened in the last couple of years. The outsourcing of jobs, automation, and mass immigration has also negatively affected the working class. Along with cutthroat…

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