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Capitalism Has Achieved What Marxism Merely Promised
Marx’s disciples from Cuba and Venezuela to South Africa and Zimbabwe are committing the same mistake today.
by Marian L. Tupy


Marxism was supposed to have brought about a lot of positive changes, including the creation of a classless society, where everyone lived in peace. To these ambitious goals can be added substantial reduction in the amount of labor required from the proletariat.

As Rodney G. Peffer from the University of San Diego put it in his 2014 book Marxism, Morality, and Social Justice: "Marx believed the reduction of necessary labor time to be…an absolute necessity. He [claimed] … that real wealth is the developed productive force of all individuals. It is no longer the labor time but the disposable time that is the measure of wealth."

Little did the German economist know that free markets would achieve his objective with aplomb.

Read at the Foundation for Economic Freedom



When longtime Congressman Ed Royce announced his retirement late last year, Young Kim knew she would be the right candidate to represent California’s 39th District. She worked for Rep. Royce for two decades, gaining valuable experience along the way. In 2014, Kim took this experience to the California Statehouse, where she served as an assemblywoman and the first Korean-American Republican woman elected to the Assembly.Young Kim for Congress

Kim’s worked well across party lines, with Republicans in the minority. In 2016, Kim introduced AB 2078, which strengthened sentencing guidelines for those who violated protective orders in domestic violence cases. “I saw that the violation of restraining orders was not being properly punished, which was putting women’s lives at risk,” Kim said.
Domestic violence is not a unique issue to California, which is why Kim is seeking office at the federal level. If elected, she also will fight for improved infrastructure, lower taxes, and more jobs for the people of the 39th District as well as the nation at large. “I want to fight for the people of the 39th District,” Kim said, “and be their voice.”

Young Kim for U.S. Representative